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Liberians demand better schools as no one passes university entrance exam

By Michel Arseneault

In Liberia, critics say President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf hasn't done enough to improve education standards since she was elected eight years ago. The issue came to the fore this week after it was revealed that all high-school students who took the University of Liberia entrance examination failed. RFI talked to Thomas Nah, the National Coordinator of Liberia's Coalition on Transparency and Accountability in Education in Monvrovia.


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