In addition to studying Arabic, Saharawi children also begin to learn Spanish at primary school level. English is also gradually being introduced into the curriculum. Classes have become increasingly overcrowded and also there are not enough teachers to meet educational demands. This crisis has meant that children must study in shifts and this has affected both the quantity and quality of learning in recent years.
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|Creator||Danielle Van Brunt Smith|
|Publisher||Danielle Van Brunt Smith|