Kind Teacher Helps Female Students Son Do Homework

This is the moment a kindhearted night school teacher helps the young son of one of his students do his homework during his mother’s class.

The touching scene was recorded by a student at the Normal School of Grade of Physical Education, Sport and Recreation, which provides training for students to become teachers, in the city of Ciudad Lerdo, in the northwestern Mexican state of Durango.

Student Priscila Esparza shared the images of their teacher Ricardo Guerrero Castro helping the young son of student teacher Yareth Castro with his maths homework.

Video Credit: CEN/@coffi.larregui

Mother Yareth was reportedly given permission to take her two children, aged seven and 10, to the school as her husband works at the time of her classes and she has nobody to look after them.

The mother works in the mornings and studies in the afternoons and Esparza says it is not the first time teacher Castro has helped her classmate’s children with their homework.

Castro, who teaches Special Educational Needs, is also said to have once held a student’s baby for a lesson so she could study properly.

Video Credit: CEN/@coffi.larregui

Netizens loved the images, such as ‘Paco Garcia Herrera’ who commented: “He is a model to follow, an honour to meet him in person, he will make the difference in a lot of hearts”.

‘Vanellope Von Schweetz’ said: “Congratulations to the student as she keeps on studying to keep going and congratulations to the teacher as he shows that he really loves what he does”.


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Story By: Ana LacasaSub-EditorJoseph Golder, Agency: Central European News

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