Heather Simpson

senior director for education and child development at the nonprofit Save the Children

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senior director for education and child development at the nonprofit Save the Children

Heather Simpson on KCRW

Because of the Ebola outbreak, many schools have closed in Liberia and Sierra Leone. That leaves more than a million students without an education, indefinitely.

Schools Closed in Liberia

Because of the Ebola outbreak, many schools have closed in Liberia and Sierra Leone. That leaves more than a million students without an education, indefinitely.

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