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UNRWA teachers and students share their thoughts on how the education reform improved their experience in the classroom
05 October 2016
For more than 60 years, UNRWA teachers have worked to ensure that Palestine refugee children have access to quality education. Today, around 19,000 teachers are educating over half a million Palestine refugee children. Over the last few years, the Agency has worked to reform its education programme and enable Palestine refugee children to realize their own potential and contribute positively to the local and global community. This reform would not have been possible without the commitment and dedication of UNRWA teachers. To celebrate the achievements of our teachers on World Teachers’ Day, we asked them about the reform: how has it helped transform the way you teach in your classroom? Here’s what they said.