In Mexico, street teachers offer hope to children of working poor

Tomas Eduardo Trinidad is among the 1,500 teachers who conduct classes on street corners for Mexican children who must work to help their poor families. Teachers using sidewalks as chalkboards hope they can convince the children, who sit on concrete in the open-air "classrooms," to eventually enroll in traditional schools.

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