An Open Air School:
An open-air school which has two teachers, 75 students & functions seven days a week. This school is not an open-air school by choice but by necessity.
Classroom in a Bedick village near Kedougou, Senegal.
The World's Smallest School:
The world's smallest school, an elementary school in Dasu village, has just one teacher & one student.
This village primary school is located on the banks of a river. It has 52 students & out of these 52 students, 18 stay across the river. There is no bridge; only two cables that are the only means to travel across the river, so these students have to use these wire cables every morning to go to their school & later to reach back home.
This is Dongzhong primary school at a Miao village, Asia, where the students have to travel over the mountains to the cave to learn everyday.
A school from Asia.
(Image credit: Antonogurl).
Halong bay with a community of around 1600 people live in four fishing villages. They live on floating houses & are sustaining by fishing & marine aquaculture. This is one of the floating schools of the floating fishing village.
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A computer room in a village's primary school from Asia. These schools are situated in remote mountainous areas, with no budget, no proper infrastructure & a computer is a luxury which cant be afforded by them. But they do have hope & came up with an indigenous computer systems using a regular TV, RAM, keyboard cassette & other stuff.
Creativity With Post-Its.
Interesting & Funny T-Shirts.
New Way To Keep Your Car Secure.
Can You Think Of Sports Event Without Cheerleaders.