This School in India Collects Tuition With Plastic Waste Instead of Money, and the Idea Is Truly Priceless

In some parts of the world, children don’t go to school — not because they don’t want to, but because their parents don’t have the means to pay for their education. Some of them end up working from an early age to survive and contribute to the family home. However, the Akshar Foundation in India has a school model that seeks to improve the lives of young people through the development of professional and personal skills. One can attend this school by “paying” tuition fees with clean, plastic waste.