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Community Engagement in the Management of School Resources

Community Engagement in the Management of School Resources

Summary: This project seeks to improve community engagement in the management of school resources with the long term aim of improving the quality of primary and lower secondary education. --- This program was piloted with support from the Innovation for Education Fund, a partnership between the Governments of Rwanda and the UK, managed by Cambridge Education. This project seeks to improve community engagement in the management of school resources with the long term aim of improving the quality of primary and lower secondary education. Parent Teacher Committees (PTCs) are trained in planning and management of school resources, with a specific focus on (i) roles and responsibilities of PTCs, (ii) strategic planning and (iii) annual pl...

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Community Engagement in the Management of School Resources

This project seeks to improve community engagement in the management of school resources with the long term aim of improving the quality of primary and lower secondary education.

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  • Description of Scale and Reach

    Transparency International-Rwanda and REB to discuss ways in which the training for PTC and audit committees can be scaled up and sustained as part of REB's work on effective school management. The school leadership and management unit in REB should take the lead. TI-Rw can provide technical support to REB, but should gradually move away from its current direct implementation role. The accountability week is a good and engaging concept, which can be adopted by REB, and which can relatively easily be organised by the schools themselves. TI-Rw may want to publish a guidance document that can help schools to organise their own 'Accountability Week'.

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    Rwanda