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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
Orphans and Disabled Students are the Priority of Project Citizen in Gaza
Orphans and Disabled Students are the Priority of Project Citizen in Gaza
In continuation with the implementation of project citizen activities by the Teacher Creativity Center in Gaza, with the participation of 50 UNRWA schools, the schools chose issues concerned with community problems and basic and entertainment facilities of schools, in addition to environmental, educational, and behavioral problems faced by students.
Supervision teachers confirmed that the participating schools raised several and different issues, such that some of them discussed humanitarian issues; for instance, Bureij Secondary School for Girls and Beit Lahia Secondary School for Girls discussed the cause of orphans. Additionally, Khan Younis Secondary School for Girls discussed the problem of the marginalization and disintegration of disabled students in the community.
Other schools focused on educational issues including Shate’ Secondary School for Girls, which focused on the alphabetical illiteracy problem, while Rafah Secondary School for Girls handled classroom attitude issues, and Shoka Secondary School for Boys chose the lack of initiative toward education among students.  
On the other hand, Jabaliya School for Boys chose to focus on environmental problems; while Foukhary Secondary School for Boys warned of the seriousness of waste water and its effects on the students and the civil society. In the same context, Rafah Secondary School for Boys emphasized the need for action to eliminate the hazards of landfills, suggesting that this be done by burning the waste in a secluded area.
Some schools have gone further by discussing the reluctance of Tal Al Sultan's community to visit the Japanese Garden, their lack of attention to sponsoring talents and provide necessary facilities for creativity, in addition to numerous problems affecting the students and community. In this context the students of Nusairat Secondary School for Boys came up with the idea of expanding the main street in Nusairat refugee camp. Additionally, Shajaia Secondary School for Boys suggested paving the school street; while Mamounia Secondary School for Girls focused on the traffic problem near the school, and last but certainly not least, Magazi Secondary School for Girls raised the idea of removing an old water tank to be replaced by a public garden. 
It is worth mentioning that 30 teachers will receive training on the Project Citizen guidelines, which mainly focus on action-learning, data-collection, constructive criticism, creative thinking, and presentation skills. 30 governmental schools will participate in the project, leading to raising the number of schools participating in the 5th generation of Project Citizen to 80 schools. 
Talat Bathatho, the Director of the Teacher Creativity Center in Gaza, emphasized that these activities are promote good citizenship, which is one of the corner stones of the project, in addition to raising the awareness of the students in issues affecting them, by pressuring officials. Bathatho also stressed the necessity of maintaining an open relationship between schools and official and private organizations in addition to NGOs to maintain the integration of the society in social issues as part of their social responsibility, such that they adopt social issues to reach a level in which the Palestinian community is aware of their rights and responsibilities.