The poor, rural county of Luquan is 800 kilometers and a world away from the wealthy, urban city of Chengdu. But the students in high schools in both places are taking the same classes taught by the same teachers. Luquan No. 1 Middle School is one of about 400 rural schools in China using on-line learning to bridge a growing education gap between rural and urban areas.
With a population of about 13.2 million out-of-school children, Anthonia Sawyerr, Managing Partner of ALTS Consulting says the government's priority of Nigeria’s education is low and the quality of resources towards the sector has dwindled over time.