Our hearts are full when we see these photos of the teachers planning and of the students learning.
In the midst of poverty-stricken slums in Zambia, teachers are taking charge of their students' education. Despite the challenges they face, these educators are determined to provide their students with the best possible learning opportunities. With careful planning and resourcefulness, they are creating safe and inspiring spaces for their students to learn and grow.
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Students begin learning about many practical parts of life in upper level of elementary (grades 5-7) - including learning about construction tools and techniques.
Students in 8th and 9th grade learn about anatomy and many other subjects in their science classes. Because there aren't enough text books for all the students, the teachers write the information on the blackboards. The students copy the lesson into their notebooks.