19 Sep '14

News State of play: school playgrounds from Kenya to Japan

What happens when the bell rings for break? James Mollison photographed school playgrounds around the world to find outPaso Payita schoolAramasi, Chuquisaca, Bolivia, photographed 9 August 2011Situated in a remote area on rough terrain 3,000m above sea level, the school has two teachers and 31 students aged from six to 12 years. Many students have to walk several miles to school. A road to the village was built only 15 years ago and there are no cars or buses. Most people are indigenous Quechua peasant farmers. Continue reading...

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