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Liberian Government Declares Education “Emergency”

Nearly 25,000 people who took the University of Liberia’s entrance examination failed the test and has prompted the Liberian government on Friday to declare provisions on the nation’s education system. The government of Liberia is spending $8 to $10 million toward the Relocation Action Plan to focus on education, according to Information Minister Lewis G. Brown.

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