UNGA78: 5 key takeaways from Governor AbdulRazaq's session at the sideline of UNGA 2023 in New York
•Kwara has improved public school enrollment by some 48.7% at basic level between 2019 and now.
•Learning deprivation has reduced in Kwara public schools from 70.8% to 51.6% after 40 weeks of KwaraLEARN.
•Kwara has invested billions of naira on school infrastructural renewal and introduction of technology.
•Promoting access to quality education for millions of children in need of it is an urgency of now.
•A well-funded education sector holds the key to improvements across other sectors.
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