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Transporting Learners In Remote Area Dweller Settlements Schools: A Reflection
This study examined the transportation of students who attend school at a Remote Area Dweller primary school in the Central District in Botswana from their school to and from cattle-posts where their parents work or to their final destinations in 2015-17. The parents' children work in cattle-posts as cattle-herders while their children attend school distances away from them. The children stay in a hostel. A broader study was conducted in 2005-6 on reading abilities of learners in the school where learners attend. Hence, this theme emerged and a tracer study was conducted due to some disturbing verbatim from the students.
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