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Seeing the benefits of TESSA in the classroom

Updated Monday, 8th February 2010

The Open University has been involved in the TESSA programme bringing education to Sub-Saharan Africa. But has the scheme been a success?

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Freda Wolfenden talks to teachers in African schools to learn about their use of resources from the TESSA project.

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African School: A pupil's eye-view of education in Uganda

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