Category Archives: Parents’ Points of View

Meeting with the EFACAP school parents 12/14/11

The day after meeting with the teachers, we met with parents of the EFACAP students. As we had done the day before, we started this meeting by explaining who we were, why we were there, that we were not working … Continue reading

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Talking with Parents & Teachers in Batuna, Solomon Islands

Once again in Batuna, I was fortunate enough to be able to speak with both parents and teachers of the students participating in the OLPC program. The parents with whom I spoke are pictured below. The parents attested to the … Continue reading

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Using the XOs in Patukae, and talking with the parents.

While I was visiting Patukae, the grade 6 students were taking a nation-wide exam. In order to ensure fairness, teachers from each school had to travel to a neighboring school to administer the exams–and stay there overnight. This was a … Continue reading

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