High-Quality Education for 10,000+ Tanzanian Kids


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By a male, 16-21 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of EDUCATION Teachers are very good people in the world. They help pupils by teaching. They teach pupils how to behave well and do not fight. A teacher would take one hour teaching in a class. Pupils understand their teachers well us the were taught. When the exams were brought pupils would pass well. The teacher are doing good work. They teach doctors, farmers and enginers. They must be blessed by God. If the pupils would fail the exam the teacher would not stop teaching them. Read more.
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