The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors approved on Friday, December 2, 2016 a US$5 million grant to support ongoing efforts to increase job opportunities for Palestinian graduates. The additional financing for the Education to Work Transition (E2WT) project will focus on improving the employability of Palestinian students graduating from tertiary education institutions, thus improving their job prospects as well.
The Education to Work Transition Project (E2WTP) is expected to have a positive impact on poverty reduction by facilitating the transition to work of young Palestinians and thus contributing to reducing some of the drivers of conflicts and to improved livelihood prospects and quality of life in WB&G
The prime objective of the proposed project is to improve the competencies and skills of class teachers (i.e., those teaching grades one to four) in WBG schools, and in doing so to contribute to enhancing students’ learning in primary schools.
The World Bank has made available additional financing in the amount of US$ 5.0 million to support the implementation of the Teacher Education Strategy through the Quality Improvement Fund (QIF). A total of US$ 4.2 million will be dedicated to implement one additional QIF cycle to support
The prime objective of the proposed project is to improve the competencies and skills of class teachers (i.e., those teaching grades one to four) in WBG schools, and in doing so to contribute to enhancing students’ learning in primary schools. This objective will be achieved through two types of interventions targeted at teacher educators, student teachers and under qualified practicing teachers. First, the proposed project will support investments aimed at
The tertiary education system faces challenges related to financial sustainability, efficiency in the management of the resources available, relevance and quality of the supply, and lack of equitable distribution of student aid programs