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Ethiopia Improving the Quality of Primary Education Program (IQPEP)

The Improving Quality of Primary Education Program (IQPEP), managed by FHI 360, is transforming teaching-learning processes and improving educational planning and management in Ethiopia. IQPEP is a national program and aims to reach approximately 40,000 primary school teachers in 2,615 primary schools. The project focuses on pre- and in-service training that promotes fundamental changes in the teaching-learning processes, including strengthening teachers’ ability to teach reading to young learners. IQPEP has developed and is delivering teacher guides in four Ethiopian languages and English for early grade reading, math and science. By emphasizing active learning and child-centered teaching-learning methodologies, IQPEP aims to increase pupils’ engagement, improve retention and learning, and develop critical thinking skills.

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Implementation Timeframe
January 1, 2009 - December 31, 2014
Primary Implementing Organization: 
FHI 360
Country: 
Funding Organization: 
USAID
Strategies: 
Teaching and Learning Materials Development/Provision
Teacher Training Pre-Service
Teacher Training In-Service
Total Number In-Service Teachers Targeted for Capacity Building: 
40,000
Total Number of Students Targeted: 
0