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Is government funding failing overseas schools?

Is government funding failing overseas schools?

Writing on behalf of civil society groups in Kenya, Uganda and Liberia, Global Justice Now said the bankrolling of private chain Bridge International Academies exposed the fundamental flaws in the Tories’ approach to international aid.

Bridge has received more than £20 million in direct and indirect funding from Britain, cash that campaigners say should be used for free, quality education for the world’s poorest children.

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