Yunnan is one of the most beautiful places in China. I have been to Lijiang, a UNESCO world heritage site, in Yunnan. There were fields of canola flowers that were the brightest yellow, cool clear water ran through the channels beside the cobbled pavement, rich red, deep blue, and pure white garments hung in storefronts. 528 more words
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What’s behind these fences? Classrooms, classrooms that children study in everyday in rural schools in southwestern China.
While some schools offer state of the art facilities complete with a swimming pool and Mac labs, others have to cope with leaky roofs and walls that creak with the wind. 98 more words
Take a look at all these little smiling faces! The year was 1932 and this photo showed the entire school population (minus that infamous kid named “Missing from Photo” who has not appeared in every school class picture ever recorded). 894 more words
The Country School Association of America is the national association for one-room schools. It’s an interesting organization because it started having almost spontaneous conferences around the country until they formalized it with an organization. 546 more words
Kylie Holley is the superintendent and elementary principal at a charter school in south Georgia, Pataula Charter Academy.
She sent me this response to a piece Tuesday on whether the charter school model works for rural communities. 921 more words