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The Key Teacher Training - “trainer training” – program, which then lead to the training of more than 200 teachers from over 70 primary schools in this remote and very poor region, greatly improves and extends – through better teaching and learning – the education of more than 4,000 students.
Specifically, the Key Teacher course was again vital in providing on-going local capacity to train, mentor and supervise teachers, through courses and on-going monitoring and mentoring visits to schools.
This year, several specific outcomes were:
Other items included;
The coordinator of the Program, Jim Strang, has reported from Nepal that the program this year was “very successful” and emphasised the strong need to continue the program for at least another three years to develop a strong local support base, with on-going training and in-school support for Key Teachers to enable this to continue.
(Update posted 12 Sept 2007)