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 […]
October 2014 Nabi and I participated in payday yesterday for the children sponsored through TIE. We meet with the sponsored children every visit (twice a year). Computer classes were trumped by a gender equality revelation that came out during one interview. We have several super stars who are being sponsored. Among them are […]
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 […]