Argentina's failing public schools: 'Studying is an odyssey'

The country's public school system used to be one of the best in Latin America, but under-investment has led to its decline.

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    A teachers strike in Argentina this week has turned the spotlight on the country's failing public school system.

    It used to be one of the best in Latin America.

    But decades of under-investment have left many poor children struggling to get a basic education.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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