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Mexican teacher who taught in the bed of her truck received a mobile classroom as a gift

During 2020, a photo of teacher Nayeli Esparza began to circulate in Aguascalientes, where she was seen teaching in a red pick-up truck. This after the closure of schools due to the COVID-19 pandemic. His vocation for teaching has already been rewarded as the automotive firm Nissan gave him a mobile classroom. In June 2020 Esparza began to teach mobile classes to special education students with the intention of adapting the study plans to their needs. Through her Twitter account, she was documenting the way she gave the classes, they were 20-minute sessions on her truck, which she previously sanitized, in addition to the fact that she was wearing her face mask all the time. In August, Nayeli launched a campaign on the GoFundMe site to raise $ 5,000 with which she bought tablets for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, made personalized booklets for students with intellectual disabilities, and purchased other stationery materials such as pencils, colors, and even pantries for parents who are unemployed. In September, the teacher began to distribute all the purchased material among the students and published several photos of the smiling little ones with their school supplies. Then he delivered pantries and in October he bought and distributed the first tablets for his students. All this hard work was recently rewarded as the Nissan company modified one of its NP300 units, adapted it to become a mobile classroom, and handed it over to Nayeli so she could continue her valuable teaching work. In a statement issued by the automaker, Armando Ávila, Vice President of Manufacturing at Nissan Mexicana said, “When we learned about the incredible work of this teacher, we got together to find out how we could contribute to this noble work. We decided to support her in her project. , and what better way to do it, than giving Nayeli a Nissan NP300 pickup, which has all the brand’s DNA and is a symbol of quality, work and effort. Furthermore, we went further, this NP300 was specially adapted for her as we turned the box into a mobile classroom. ” On her Twitter account, the teacher thanked the company for the gift, “Today I feel that my work and that the help we give to children and their families every day is unstoppable. Thanks to Nissan for sharing my passion and for this pick- up Nissan NP300 which is not only a gift for me, but a tool to continue helping “.

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