Oh, the perks of being on the beach. After teaching the kids, it’s nice to have this view!
Look at that guy go! Our very own Ben Durant catches a wave at Busua beach. When they aren’t busy running an after school program, these guys sure know how to have fun!
It was a crazy Easter Weekend at Teach on the Beach, but we all came away unscathed. There were more people here on one day than there had been the entire month before!
Happy birthday! Our very own Emmanuel Duah turned 19 last week. To celebrate, we had scholars, volunteers, students, and other community members come to the house and take part in a talent show. After the performers were finished, the party quickly turned into this dance off!
TOB News hour going strong! Students, scholars, and volunteers all discussing whats going on in the world today!
Since Monday, March 18, the teachers of Ghana have been on strike. The reason for the strike seems to hinge on two issues. First, the school day was recently extended by about 1 and a half hours, pushing the end of the day from 2:00 to 3:30. Second, the teachers were not receiving compensation for the extra hours. Already believing they were underpaid, many teachers from all levels of education have decided to voice their disapproval by staying away from the classroom. With tests soon arriving, and instruction unobtainable by many students, we hope that the strike soon comes to an end having found a workable solution for all parties involved.