Primary school children in Abu Dhabi
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Gulf wealth funding state education

Youth unemployment was a major factor in the Arab uprisings, and many young people say they are not being taught the skills they need in later life.

Wealthy Gulf governments are increasingly paying private sector companies to train teachers and modernise the sector - but is corporate help really the best way to improve state-run education?

Simon Atkinson reports from Abu Dhabi.

  • 30 Mar 2013