Training Teachers in Deprived Communities
This month’s post is the first of many to come on our new Teacher Training for Elementary School Teachers Program. Below, we explain why our program is needed, what we do, who benefits and how we monitor the quality and effectiveness of the program. There are also highlights from this month’s work. Our Teacher Training Program was only possible thanks to generous funding by The British and Foreign School Society.
Why Our Program is Needed
We work in elementary girls’ and co-educational schools in the outskirts of the Sudanese capital. Elementary schools are attended by children of 6-15 years old, many of whom have suffered trauma and precarious living conditions. See From Hardship to Hope Our Orphans Schooling Program to learn more.
What Our Program Does
Who will benefit from our Teacher Training Program?
How Do We Assess What We Do?
This Month’s Achievements
This is a literacy and orphans post for Women’s Education Partnership.
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