Classrooms in Africa Links


  1. WOW these Africa links are amazing they give you so much information.


  2. yeah this is really cool because you can go to any African website now what the people in our class maid good job!!!


  3. What I have learnt about Tanzania:
    Socio-Economic Influence.
    Lack of education can lead to not having a good job in the future. And not only that, the finance of that family would go lower. And it could lead to poverty and Malnourished.
    Malnourished child, sick and lacking in cognition and emotional support is likely to fail in education. Attainment, though lack of concentration, poor attendance, dropout & failure to catch up on lessons.
    Political influence- lack of support from the government, to provide for education resources that promote learning.


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