Posted on April 01 2020
Education in this time of uncertainty has been a difficult task but as always the community banded together to find creative solutions.
As many parents and students have discovered in the last month, the transition to at-home, online learning has been anything but easy.
At best, online platforms are being overloaded and are crashing due to the increased influx of users.
At worst, students don't have access to computers, the internet, or enough rooms in their house to provide a quiet environment conducive to learning.
But as always, the community banned together to find creative solutions.
At Terere Kids Project that means finding a volunteer that has been copying and distributing educational materials to kids in the community so that they continue their at-home learning.