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Thousands of Students and Politicians Participate in the Activities of the Biggest Lesson Part of the Global Campaign for Education (GCE)

Ramallah-Maa’n- Thousands of students, politicians and concerned parties participated in the activities of the “Biggest Lesson” part of the Global Campaign for Education for All which was conducted in 100 Palestinian schools  
Among the activities of the GCE in Palestine, supervised by the Palestinian coalition for a safe school environment and the Ministry of Education, there were meetings organized in schools where students played the role of teacher and spoke of the education in Palestine, challenges faced in schools and suggestions for improvement. Present were officials, local councils, politicians and media representatives along with other community members.
The organizers of the campaign mentioned that the objective of the campaign is to bring out the importance of education and giving more attention to the education sector as well as demanding that the government allocate more resources for the education sector. The issues and problems faced in education in Palestine presented by students were of variety including student drop out, early marriage, illiteracy of parents, unqualified teachers and the economic difficulty and its impact on drop out rates…

 

The Biggest Lesson was conducted in various districts and for example in Nablus district, the” Kamal Junbulat School” where the biggest lesson concentrated on the overcrowding in classrooms and the difficulty of the curriculum. The students called for the educational cadre to work on the development of the curriculum for an improved version.

 

In Qabatyah of Jenin district, a huge festival was organized addressing the importance of participating and supporting the Biggest Lesson activities especially that this is the first time0. Palestine participates. Students spoke of the necessity in raising the slogan of the campaign which is “Quality Education for All: End Exclusion Now” with the realization that a large number of schools in Palestine are participating.

 

In Jericho, “Fatimah Elzahra’ School” conducted the Biggest Lesson concentrating on the difficulty of the curriculum. Activities in Jericho were attended by the supervisor of the Jericho directorate of education, municipality representatives and a large number of parents.

 

In Ramallah, “Alawael School” conducted the lesson and addressed issues of early marriage, poverty, illiteracy of parents, child labor. The students performed a sketch on child labor.

 

“St. Bisharah Catholic School” conducted the lesson discussing issues including the overloaded curriculum and illiteracy and among the attendees was Mr. Azmi Shua’ibi a previous legislative council member

 

In Jerusalem, activities were conducted in ‘Ram Girls Secondary School” and present were Dr. Abdullah Abdullah , head of the political committee of the legislative council, Mr. Abdulateef Ghaith, member of the Popular Front, district representative of Jerusalem and the director of the Jerusalem education directorate and others.

The activities concentrated on many issues including the impact of the separation wall on education and the importance of improving the curriculum…

 

In Bethlehem, activities were conducted in “Bethlehem Secondary Boys School” and issues discussed included the length of the curriculum, the inadequate school room conditions and number of schools.

 

In Silfeet, the “Mirda Secondary Girls School” conducted the Biggest Lesson where issues discussed included the problem in the curriculum, inadequate number of classrooms, and inadequate number of computers. Among the present were the Silfeet district representatives

 

In Toubas, the “Toubas Girls School” organized the Biggest Lesson and discussed several issues related to the quality of education including overcrowded classes. Present at the lesson were representatives from Toubas district, municipality representatives, the police supervisor and others Mr. Refaat Sabbah, the coordinator of the campaign for education for all, considered the campaign a success by all standards as the involvement and participation by politicians, media, educators and parents has been significant.

He said: If the size of the participation is an indication of anything, then it has indicated that the issue of education and the quality of education is a must opportunity for all and that this is a national issue with no political or value conflict regarding its importance and the need to develop an educational system allowing education for all.

He added: The participation of the political groups and members of the legislative council, national councils, national organizations and masses in this important event is an indicator that it is possible to impact Palestinian decision makers regarding the need for quality education
 

He said: Students once more proved that they are able to be the Palestinian hoist for improvement of the quality of education. Although we started late in this campaign planning and preparing, we can say that it has been successful by all standards in the focus on education and its quality. I believe that next year the campaign will be stronger especially that time will be on our side which will allow for more participation of organizations and concerned parties.

One should note that the activities of the global campaign are implemented in 120 countries including Arab countries as Sudan, Yemen, Saudia Arabia and Egypt.