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Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
TCC calls for work continuity to achieve further success
TCC calls for work continuity to achieve further success

The Teacher Creativity Center has expressed its pride and happiness following the announcement in Dubai City that the Talae’ Al-Amal School was awarded first place in the Reading Challenge Award on the Arab World Level. TCC also considered the event as an immense achievement for the Palestinian Educational Family.   

TCC demonstrated in a press release that the success which has recorded by this school will be added to all the successes that the Palestinian Teacher has achieved over the decades such as, the “Best Teacher in the World” Award which Hanan Al-Hroub has received several months ago, and this award was organized by Farkey Institution. 

“We are extremely proud of the achievements that Tale’e Al-Amal School has been awarded, in spite of the circumstances and challenges; this simply proves the Palestinian Educational System’s capacity to superiority” TCC stated.

TCC also believes that the schools achievement must be considered as a form, and it should also be taken on the national level. “We have many succeeded forms which deserve to be made known to the broader public and should appeal for more work to be done to improve the educational system” TCC added.

Palestinian teachers who are always proving their bias for the national cause and/or issue as well as their students’ interests, and who also contribute to establish several countries of the area, deserve the greatest attention and support.

Providing an educational environment stimulates creativity and promotes high values, such as diversity, openness, pluralism, and acceptance of others opinions. In addition to the values related to human rights, analytical thinking, elicitation, and criticism. It should be noted that, all of what has been mentioned are a national function and the public should be aware of it.

Moreover, TCC ensured that the achieved successes must be turned or switched from the individual to the collective form since there are many things that must be done to improve the reality of the schools and teachers. 

TCC concluded by saying that “all the achievements until now should be an incentive to accumulated extra work in order to reach the best educational levels.