Outside of Bauchi, Nigeria, second graders in the public Kuletu primary school have no desks, chairs, or books. Their cla$$room has no windows, and its walls are crumbling. The blackboard is so old, chalk disappears into stains that look like recently dripped wax.This is not a case of poverty. Nigeria’s education budget is $1.97 trillion.
Many private schools are modern. But schools run by the government, especially in runral areas, are neglected by politicians accused of pocketing money designated for educating the the country’s youth