Rangers who teach language

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  • Saturday, 22 Oct 2016

Tan (centre) began teaching with EduRangers since August and brings her four-year-old daughter along while she teaches her students who are between nine and 13 years old.

ON A sunny Saturday morning, 70 pupils sat cross-legged on mats placed on the floor as they learn English.

Teaching the children are volunteer teachers, clad in green T-shirts with the words, “Young, Sincere, Independent” written on their backs.

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