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Teacher Henrikus Suroto vowed his students wouldn't be cheated out of their education when the global pandemic forced schools to be closed in Magelang’s remote Kenalan village.
So he braves windy mountain roads and sheer cliff drops to visit the poor farming community in Central Java, where online classes are out of the question due to a lack of Internet service -- a luxury few parents could afford anyway. (AFP/Agus Purwanto)