The Aga Khan Foundation has trained a group of Bangladeshi teachers with the “knowledge, skills and attitudes” needed to improve the “quality” of pre-primary teachings.
At least 90 pre-primary supervisors and 14 trainers from the Dhaka City Corporation and four upazilas in Mymensingh district were trained for over nine months, it said in a statement.
The participants were from the government and a number of NGOs, including BRAC, Dhaka Ahsania Mission, Phulki, SUROVI and World Vision.
A seminar was held recently “to highlight the results of the training” and emphasise its importance “as a way of improving the quality of pre-primary education”.
Salimah Kassam, Chief Executive Officer of the foundation, said supervisors were ultimately responsible for the quality of the teaching and learning.
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