QISE is a three year programme which aims to improve and deliver quality standard secondary education from branch to root levels across four regions in South Sudan; Juba, Yambio, Rumbek and Panyagor.
It ran from 12:00 PM, 1 March 2012 to 12:00 PM, 1 February 2015
Registered Charity in England and Wales (313139)
"The QISE course is very relevant to my role in the ministry"
"My confidence in the classroom is improving. AET is nurturing student teachers to become professionals"
Prolonged conflict left South Sudan with one of the most under-resourced and underdeveloped education systems in the world. As a result, young people especially girls, face particular challenges in accessing and completing secondary school. In 2010, only 4.2% of children and young adults were attending secondary school. Among the key factors influencing drop out is the lack of trained teachers, with only 26% of secondary teachers qualified and many of these non-Sudanese.
The project builds on the success of its pilot (2008-2011) and will provide long distance university education for 60 untrained secondary school teachers, of which 20 will be women, to ensure: - Improved quality of teaching in secondary schools - Improved access for girls to train as teachers - Greater confidence of secondary school teachers though improved skills - Increased standing of secondary education within the community - Improved capacity of Ministry of Education
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