A crisis in global education is costing governments $129bn a year, while 10 percent of spending on primary learning is lost on poor quality education that is failing children, a new report by UNESCO has said.
The report, Teaching and learning: Achieving quality for all, released on Wednesday, says that one in four young children in poor countries are unable to read and that 5.2 million teachers need to be recruited by 2015.
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