Schools for underpriviledged

Mahad, Maharashtra, India
Ultimately, the technical definition of a rural school corresponds to our general understanding of rural areas; they are characterized by geographic isolation and small population size. All schools are categorized into four locales by their size, population density and location. These locales by the school’s proximity to a city an “urban-...
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The jobs are there: rural schools need teachers, and if you’re looking to make a tangible difference and have a lasting impact on students’ lives, you should consider teaching at a rural school. It’s true, the average salary of teachers in rural schools is less than in other areas External link , with base salaries ranging from $44,000 for teachers with a bachelor’s degree, to $51,600 with a doctorate. But then again, the cost of living in these areas is also lower. Teaching in a rural area may also pose other difficulties for teachers. Rural schools face challenges in attracting and retaining teachers and administrators, limited financial resources and issues with long-distance transportation. However, some of these difficulties are being addressed. 

Wherever you teach, entering into this profession requires talent, dedication, perseverance and a desire to make a difference that transcends localities. Teaching isn’t always easy, but it requires passion, and if you’re serious about teaching, you have a passion for education that is able to stand up to these difficulties. Everybody needs an education, and many teachers find the most satisfaction and gratification in teaching the students who do not have such easy access to the benefits of education.