Strategy & Policy

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Students in UNRWA schools are taught the curriculum of their host country; an agreement which has been in place between UNRWA, UNESCO and the host countries since 1954 to facilitate refugees’ access to the host countries’ secondary schools. UNRWA must always ensure that the...
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The UNRWA School Based Teacher Development (SBTD): Transforming Classroom Practices programme reflects the importance of developing and supporting teachers throughout their careers, to ensure all children get a quality education. The programme is about teachers’ learning in...
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UNRWA’s Education programme is undergoing a transformational change. Reforms are underway which will better place the Agency to meet the evolving demands of education system in the 21st century. These will lead to improved quality of learning for Palestine refugee students...
In developing the Education Reform Strategy, UNRWA recognises the need to consider the nature of its external operating context and the developments occurring therein. The organisation will not be unaffected by the broad political, social and economic landscapes of the...