I would like to know more about what you're end goal with what a model classroom is.
Are you proposing that classrooms could be built in buses in Kenya?
Or are you attempting to replicate what an ideal learning environment in a small space (as if you teleported it from Kenya) looks like?
Because those are two very different things.
If you're trying the former (busses built in kenya) I think that's a non-starter. I would recommend trying a 40' shipping container, which is far more likely to arrive somewhere out that direction than an old american school bus.
If you're trying the latter, then I think you've got something relevant here - although you could just as easily accomplish this in the rear end of a box delivery truck.
Am I close?
Originally Posted by egragert
I'm writing from the Global Campaign for Education-US. We are an advocacy coalition of 70+ organizations working to ensure universal access to a quality education around the world. In the US we find that most people cannot imagine the hurdles that kids globally face to get an education. We're looking into converting a small school bus to be a model classroom from Kenya. We have the classroom exhibit, but don't know anything about conversion of a school bus. We would like to take the exhibit to Congress and to community events and college campuses across the country.
Advice welcome since I'm totally new to this.