Galapagos Education #1/3

There were several reasons for the visit to the Galapagos Islands that I just completed.  I have known Reyna and Roberto for 15 years, since the time Reyna and I worked on a research project together.  One reason for the visit was to understand what has changed on the islands since my last visit, from the perspective of locals.  The biggest news, perhaps, was the radical improvement in the quality of education.  The photos below show the name of the school, and generous sponsors, from a sign at its entry; two children climbing over the wall from their home to the school grounds at the start of the day; a bit of sport; and the pathway from one classroom to the next.

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