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Street Talk: Graduation struggles

By Street Talk 27 July 2018

These first-generation graduates have faced very challenging circumstances in the process of attaining a university education. Their parents live in extreme poverty and have been unable to offer them much support. Now that they are about to graduate they face the reality of entering the teaching profession while having to bear the burden of supporting their families back home.

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