During this week of 100 degree days, we have ridden 1 hour cross country on the motorcycle to visit a remote, mud walled primary school. Over 100 students were in attendance, there was one, young male teacher. Later in the week we walked to a private primary and junior high school not far from the main road with a collection of cement buildings, and assortment of teachers, and a playgound. The junior high students were learning to solve quadratic equations. The contrast in learning environments was striking.
The broad spectrum of education in Ghana
by lisarevell | Oct 16, 2009 | Uncategorized | 0 comments