BEKAA VALLEY, Lebanon — I don’t know about you, but I always found maths lessons to be pretty tough going

But let’s step things up. How about having your maths lesson, indeed your entire school, in a tent?

Still ok?

Right, let’s make it interesting. Let’s do the tented maths in a language you are only just learning: English.

Still with the program? Now for the twist: You get to school for maths-in-English at 8 am. No problem. Except that from 7 pm the previous night to have been working all night in the local farms, irrigating crops in cold darkness. All night. For less than one dollar a night. Read more…

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