Venezuela's school system collapsing due to economic crisis

Starving schoolchildren, striking teachers and decrepit buildings are contributing to the breakdown of Venezuela's educational system.

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    Venezuela's current economic crisis has been dire for its education system.

    Conditions are abysmal in schools, both for teachers and pupils alike.

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from the capital Caracas on how the future of Venezuela's young is being hollowed out.


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