From bakkie to classroom, teacher's dedication knows no limits

From bakkie to classroom, teacher's dedication knows no limits

- A special education teacher from Mexico, known only as Nay, has been dubbed an angel after she converted her bakkie into a mobile classroom

- Nay drives nearly two hours to see her autistic students, who she provides with sanitiser and ensures are wearing their masks

- A picture of Nay during her special bakkie lesson went viral with Twitter users commenting on this teacher's dedication to her job

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A picture of a young teacher giving a lesson in a red bakkie equipped with desk and chair has gone viral on social media. The teacher, known only as Nay, has since received high praise for going the extra mile to teach her special needs students.

Twitter user, @Akki shared the special image, explaining that Mexican schools had been closed due to the global pandemic.

"In Mexico, school was cancelled because of the pandemic. This teacher turned her pickup truck into a portable classroom," Akki wrote. "She drives two hours a day to teach children with autism who don't have books or access to the internet."

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The tweet, for obvious reasons, received heaps of comments and reactions with people thanking Nay for her determination to help her students. Kim Kardashian also retweeted the picture and captioned it with a heart.

Here are some of the grateful supporters comments.

@luna_maree: "You are a wonderful person."
While @ kemph_karla said: "Now there is one dedicated lady! Good for her!"

In response to all the support, Nay encouraged other teachers to also put in extra effort in helping their students, especially during these trying times.

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Good Samaritan, Natasha Huckfield decided to begin a campaign that would help feed the less fortunate after she had received a number of requests for help with food.

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