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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 "
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الخطة الاستراتيجية
التقرير المالي
التقرير المالي
فينود راينا
فينود راينا
Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Teacher Creativity Center Launches 3-Year Operational Plan
Teacher Creativity Center Launches 3-Year Operational Plan
The Teacher Creativity Center launched its 3-year operational plan with the participation of all relevant bodies including the General Assembly, Board of Directors, and Target Group, in addition to educational directors, teachers, and non-governmental organizations. This 3-year plan, with three strategic objectives, provided space to increase and improve access of children to quality education that integrates human rights concepts and civic education values in accordance with Education for All Goals; additionally, this plan seeks to develop an effective educational cadre in the areas of human rights and civic education, activate participation of parents and local educational councils to provide a safe educational environment, enhancing and stimulating human rights concepts and civic education values. 
It is worth noting that the Teacher Creativity Center, via its mission for the next years, focuses on providing a safe, democratic, and stimulating environment, taking into account human rights and democracy values. 
The center will work on accomplishing its objectives for the next three years via activating four principle projects: civic education program, human rights and gender program, social responsibility program, and the educational monitor program. The center seeks, in the next three years, to intensively work in 120 social locations, such that the three programs make the necessary arrangements to implement their projects in certain locations.  
Dr. Hisham Abu Qteish, President of Board of Directors at the center, said this 3-year plan will focus on the internal structuring of the center via training and capacity building, improvement of communication mechanisms, and activation of the general assembly, so that it takes a more active role in the activities of the center. 
On his part, Mr. Refaat Sabbah, General Manager of the Teacher Creativity Center, clarified that this plan will provide attention to building a sustainable partnership with the journalistic sector, adding that an initial agreement has already been made with Ma’an New Agency. 
Intesar Hamdan, manager of the social responsibility program, confirmed that this plan was developed cooperatively to ensure that appropriate focus is given to harvest tangible results, emphasizing that focus within every program will be on clear guidelines. Hamdan added that the mission of the social responsibility program focuses on integrating parents and the community in the educational process to ensure unique success. Focus will be on three principle sustainable projects: “Yes She Can”, “Local Educational Councils”, and “Parents’ Councils”. 
Elana Romahi, manager of the educational monitor program, confirmed that the program will provide studies, and quality research to enable decision makers to utilize credible information; the program will also provide substantial focus for educational initiatives, for which pressure for adoption will be applied on decision-makers and the Ministry of Education.   
Ola Issa, manager of the human rights and gender program, said that the program will provide space for special-needs and disabled students and work will be with appropriate parties including the Palestinian Union for the Disabled; additionally, focus will be on human rights concepts in the educational medium, adding that gender was determined to be a necessary subject of focus, and was therefore added to the human rights program. Issa added that the program provide space to focus on teachers’ issues and enhance the role of teachers’ unions in mainstreaming human rights concepts and civic education values by influencing policies. 
Hala Qubbaj, manager of the civic education program, said that the program will focus on all school levels, and will work on establishing a free environment for all those who take action in the educational system to develop effective learning strategies. The number of projects within the program will increase not only to include the previous projects (my mother told me, project citizen, and civic participation) but also to launch the summer academy for teachers.