Cash-strapped African schools resort to fees

02/3/2006 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Although some African countries have eliminated school fees, many others, including South Africa, still allow schools to cover costs of such basics as water, electricity and pencils by forcing parents to pick up part of the tab. UNICEF and other agencies advocating free education say such fees are keeping thousands of children out of school.

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