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Mexico students struggle amid teacher strike

Many parents living near US border are forced to homeschool children amid anger at lack of government funding.

Last Modified: 11 May 2013 20:29
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A massive strike by teachers against education reforms along Mexico's border with the US has forced many parents in the area to homeschool their children.

Many people blame the government for not providing the education system with enough funding.

In the second report on education along the US-Mexican border, Adam Raney looks at how students and parents in Tijuana are coping with a teacher's strike.

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