Praises Educational Academy

all eyes on miss: Pupils pay attention to their teacher at The Praises Educational Academy, which uses the educational

model of differentiated instruction in

the classroom. —Photo: Rhon Gasparez

IT’S common knowledge that not all children learn at the same pace. As a result, some fall behind and are forced to catch up while others slip through the cracks of the education system.

But The Praises Educational Academy in Orchard Gardens, Chaguanas, is hoping to change that and ensure no child gets left behind. The academy was only established last year and is still a young school, with only 16 pupils and three teachers, but it’s using an interesting educational model that you don’t hear about every day—differentiated instruction (DI).

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