One-teacher school


The teacher takes pupils from all grades at the same time.

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Throughout Africa, descriptions of the conditions of one-teacher schools and multigrade classes reveal serious problems: make-shift facilities, lack of teaching materials, and no support for teachers. All of these factors complicate the lives and the task of rural teachers, who are often younger, less experienced and less qualified than their urban counterparts (Brunswic and Valérien, 2004: 43).

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