I’ve often wondered why people contribute their time and money to Trust in Education. There’s no shortage of worthy organizations and causes. I know why I’m here. Been there, seen the conditions and now know the history of our involvement in Afghanistan. These proved life altering. Cheryl Bowlan volunteered to pose “the why question” and videotape responses.They […]
Afghan children attend public schools no more than four hours a day six days a week. There are two school sessions, morning and afternoon. A teacher is required to teach only one session. Teachers can therefore teach before and after school classes, provided there is a room. For several years we have been […]
Michelle Toy and Brent Cannon of NBC interview Budd about the work of Trust in Education in spring of 2008. Though several years old, this Emmy-nominated video does a great job of showing why the work of Trust in Education is so important .
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Thanks to the East Bay Monthly for featuring Budd and Trust in Education in its June edition! Emily Wilson’s article, “From Lafayette to Afghanistan: One local man’s quest to help a war-torn country” , gives the big picture on Trust in Education. Budd often asks groups “What are you going to do with the rest […]