The problem of poor teaching and learning environment in Nigeria still persists for decades despite claims of efforts made by the government to address it.
Unfortunately, in some Nigerian states, school children still learn under tree shades or sit on classroom floors, whereas many countries have advanced modern ways of learning and teaching.
On a visit to Bauchi State by Channels Television, it was observed that some public schools in the state are in a deplorable state, and lack a conducive atmosphere for learning.
In some of the schools, it was emotional seeing the school children sit on the floor in a dilapidated state of the classroom while learning.
The Gudum Hausawa Primary School, for instance, has only one block of two classrooms, despite several budgetary allocations made by the state government in the sector.
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