Photo Gallery Neeraj August 17, 2016 In 2003, Neeraj Gujar, who lives in a tiny dessert village in Rajasthan, India was determined to attend school. Extensive daytime chores in the house and on her family’s farm meant that she couldn’t attend the normal day school like her brothers. At the age of 9, Neeraj has finally convinced her parents, who don’t see the value of educating a girl, to let her attend a special night school created to help children like her who must work during the day. When we went to find Neeraj in 2006, she had been taken out of school to graze her family’s livestock. She was finally able to return to school a few months later but because of the missed months during her seasonal migrations she remains in 2nd grade for the second year. In the blazing desert of Rajasthan, India, we learn that Neeraj, now 15, has been unable to realize her dream of making it to 10th grade. Since the last visit, her night school has closed, and she now helps support her family full-time while her brothers continue their education. Neeraj, now 21, has gotten married and moved away from her family. She continues farming while her husband, Jagdish Guejar, works outside the home as a milkman. Her father who once bemoaned the importance of education has finally come around with the success of her older brother “Education is beneficial. They have four eyes. I am illiterate. I only have two,” he says.Neeraj and Jagdish's first child, Anita, was born in 2015. Neeraj is determined not to let her daughter become one of India’s millions of working children. She says, “I will make sure my daughter goes to school and gets educated.” Meet other Time for School students.