By offering lessons in reading and writing free of charge, Le Thi Hoa is changing the lives of many illiterate residents in her underprivileged community outside the capital. Hoai Phong and Ha Nguyen report. By the age most students are reaching the end of their high-school education, Tran Thi Khue began learning to read and write. At fifteen years old she joined a free class offered by a woman with a commitment to provide education to some of the forgotten people in her community, Le Thi Hoa. Despite being eight-months pregnant Hoa is still trying to come to teach her students because she loves them so much, she said. Because of Khue’s disabilities she could hardly write a single letter when she started but she always tried her utmost to write. As a result, her handwriting is pretty good, and now she could learn how to handle figures as well, Hoa said. “If Khue had gone to school since she was at 6 or 7 she would be able to understand the lessons much more quickly,” Hoa said. Hoa first opened her classroom in her own home, in Dong Cuu, a small village in the suburban district of Chuong My… Read full this story
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