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

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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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