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Girls trading sex for good grades in Liberia

More and more girls are going to school in Liberia. That’s partly because a female role model – Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf - inspires them. But the girls don’t see many women in responsible positions during the school day. Teachers in Liberia are predominantly male. And that’s causing a real problem for some of the students.

Bonnie Allen reports.

This piece originally aired on the World Vision Report.  We got it from the Public Radio Exchange.

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