Last month, Quaker International Educational Trust heard from David Gray about a tough year in Lebanon
I have been the principal of the Quaker high school in Brummana for a year. Recent months – of mass protests, relatively peaceful conflict, the disintegration of the economy, general strikes, and bank and school closures – have proved challenging, but the school survives. Children continue to learn and extra days’ teaching, on Saturdays and at other times, have been welcomed.
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