REINVENTING THE RURAL
QUALITY EDUCATION AT $3 A MONTH
Low-power laptop, projector and server to deliver lectures. Kindle fires used for student group work.
Schools need desks and furniture, paper and pencils for students, chalk and basic teacher supplies.
Based on MoE standards, the
curriculum provides activity-oriented lesson plans for each day.
Teachers must receive a living wage for incentive, retention, proper management, and to ensure security of hardware.
Our teachers receive weekly observation and training, as well as ongoing professional development.
A reliable solar electric system is required in most rural areas to power e-learning and lighting.
4 professional staff support every 10 schools, traveling by motorbike. They provide accountability and logistical support.
Respectable and safe facilities are also key to providing a quality learning environment for the students.
PTA's and tribal leaders must have ownership. Communities contribute $2 per student and hold adult classes at night.
In addition to community and teacher ownership, steel doors and a security guard are provided.
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