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Senegal's house-bound school children take classes from TV

Reuters Thursday, 19 March 2020
Senegalese schoolboy Ibrahima Diongue listened intently as a teacher held forth about a tricky maths problem. It was a regular school day, except Diongue was in his living room and the teacher was on the other side of a flickering TV screen.
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