Lê Thị Loan plants vegetable to ensure source of clean vegetables serving daily meals for the children. — VNA/VNS Photos Xuân Tiến Xuân Tiến & Xuân Tư ĐIỆN BIÊN — Every day, pre-school teacher Lê Thị Loan, gets up early, cleans her classroom and arranges the tables and chairs. She then tends to the flowers in the garden and welcomes the students. Loan washes her own and the students’ clothes and tends to the vegetables in the garden while they take a nap at noon. She has been doing this job for more than 20 years in Huổi Moi Village, Điện Biên District, northern mountainous Điện Biên Province. The tenacious teacher has overcome challenges to provide education for children in the northern mountainous province. Loan said she seldom took a nap because she was afraid children would wake up and go to the forest or swim in rivers. Every Friday afternoon, she drives her motorbike on a rocky road to return home which is 60km from the village. On Sunday afternoon, she returns to school, bringing food for herself and the students for a week. Loan also plants vegetable to ensure a source of clean vegetables for the children. When asked why she was so dedicated, Loan said: “I consider them as… Read full this story
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