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دمج الأطفال ذوي الإعاقة مجتمعياً
دمج الأطفال ذوي الإعاقة مجتمعياً
الحملة العالمية للتعليم
الحملة العالمية للتعليم
مسابقة " أفضل معلم في العالم "
مسابقة " أفضل معلم في العالم "
الخطة الاستراتيجية
الخطة الاستراتيجية
التقرير المالي
التقرير المالي
فينود راينا
فينود راينا
Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
600 Students Implement the Social Audit Project
600 Students Implement the Social Audit Project
The Teacher Creativity Center in cooperation with the Ministry of Education implemented the social audit project for the year 2011 in 20 sites, with approximately 600 students from 20 public schools representing the 16 educational directorates. This project had immense implications in all national governorates, and encouraged the students to demand information, analyze it, evaluate funded projects in their areas, and hold the implementers and supervisors accountable regarding integrity of implementation.  
The coordinator of the project, Mrs. Ola Nairoukh, emphasized that the social audit project intersects with the educational goals for the educational system during all educational phases. Nairoukh also clarified some of the characteristics of the social audit project including that it resembles a creative method of learning and teaching, demonstrates the children’s right of expression, and develop children to become analytical, critical, participatory, accountable citizens seeking integrity and transparency, and playing an integral role in effecting public policies.   
Nairoukh was impressed by the ability of the students to audit funded implemented project and hold decision makers accountable for every single detail; for instance, 11th grade students in Amir Sarem Al Din School in Nablus are currently auditing a sanitation project for the western part of Nablus city, implemented by the municipality of Nablus with the funding of the Cooperative Housing Foundation (CHF), to establish a sanitary water line in Zumar Valley. 
The students visited the site, and examined the specifications and their compliance with the original tender; additionally, they paid a visit to the Asili Consultation Company and Nablus municipality where they met Mayor Adli Yaish, who pointed out project-related problems and the reasons for delaying the implementation of the project, mainly due to security reasons due to the Israeli occupation.  
The same applies to the students in Salfeet School for Girls who are auditing the dynamometer project in Salfeet. The students visited the site of the project, currently serving the community of Salfeet and neighboring villages, and was implemented three years ago, also by funding from the CHF. One of the students explained how the project motivated her to play a more active role in her community, expressing her happiness to discover her ability as a student to hold decision-makers accountable, and her ability to obtain information and participate in processes of organization and evaluation.   
The project highlighted several problems in implemented projects and projects currently being implemented, according to the statements of Nairoukh. The most important advancements produced by the social audit project were the ability of the students to discover their capabilities, and promoting the role of Palestinian students to demand integrity in state building in Palestine via social accountability.   
It is worth noting that the project is being implemented in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Aman Foundation. Also, public hearings will be organized joining students and decision-makers in the audited project in January 2012.