The world's smallest school is located in the village of Jardim da Serra, in the municipality of Serra do Salitre, in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. The school, which is aptly named Escola Pequenina, or Little School, was founded by local residents in the early 2000s, and is still in operation today.
Escola Pequenina is a one-room schoolhouse that currently has only three students. It is run by a single teacher, and the students are taught by a combination of traditional teaching methods and online learning. The school also receives financial support from a local non-profit organization, which helps to cover the costs of textbooks, supplies, and other educational materials.
The school is a testament to the resilience and dedication of the local community, who have worked hard to ensure that the children of the village have access to a quality education, despite the limited resources available to them. Despite its small size, Escola Pequenina is able to offer its students a comprehensive curriculum that includes mathematics, language, history, and science.
The school is also a symbol of the importance of education in the local community.