The most populous country in Africa, Nigeria has recently garnered more global attention as one of the next leading economies. While the country supports free public education, a large portion of the population does not take advantage of the education system. Because of this, the Nigerian government is working on initiatives to promote the benefits of education and increase school attendance.
With over 250 ethnic groups and more than 520 spoken languages, Nigeria has an extremely rich history and a large spectrum of diversity. Teaching abroad in Nigeria is a great way to immerse yourself in a dynamic environment and culture as well as gain international teaching experience.
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