Oltumusoi Education Project Net proceeds from our 2012 sales were donated to cover the costs of a local teacher's salary for a year at Oltumusoi Primary School in Kenya. Benefiting the children of Maasai artisans working with The Leakey Collection, our grant reduced the student-teacher ratio from 80:1 to 40:1 during the 2014 school year. Our sponsorship is managed by Trust for Rural African Development and Enterprise (TRADE).
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Cottars 1920's camp in Kenya is a member of the Long Run Destinations which practice the 4C's (Community, Conservation, Culture & Commerce). In regards to this, and prior to the conservancy project, Cottars built the Olpalagilagi Primary School for a total of 200 students, paying teachers salaries and - to keep the children coming to school - they also run a feeding program for them.
Who Pays Teachers Best for their Time? Hours primary school teachers spend working on the left. Teachers salary after 15 years of experience / GDP per capita on the right The biggie version of this infographic also includes: how much teachers around the world make (Luxembourgh tops), average class size (Mexico tops… or bottoms if you will) and salary levels vs student achievement (Finland tops).
Omote sipped the chocolate tea slowly. Thoughts of Isioma ran through her mind over and over again. How she survived getting through five husbands in 10years still shocked her. She didn't tell her sister Tega of her conversations with Isioma. "I have gotten a job." Tega said excitedly. Omote's heart skipped joyously as she dropped the tea cup on a Stool. Her face beamed with a smile. "At where?" "A primary school at Iyana Paja. As a primary school teacher. The salary is manageable." "Primary…
Thousands of primary school teachers and principals have rejected the Government's flagship education policy. The union said 70 percent of its teacher and principal members voted last week, and of those 93 percent have no confidence in the plan, known as Investing in Educational Success. Asked if they wanted to negotiate a better version through their collective agreement, 73 percent said no, they reject the policy altogether.