South Sudan Teacher Education Program (SSTEP)

The South Sudan Teacher Education Program (SSTEP) is a three-year, nationwide program supported by the United States Agency for International Development that focuses on strengthening primary school education.  The program will assist the Ministry of Education set policy and management of the overall education system, improve teacher performance through certification, accreditation, and supervision, develop the Unified Curriculum for teachers, improve gender equity in the education system, improve English language skills, and provide training and learning resources.  Activities will be carried out at all levels, including through teachers, school administrators, master tutors, inspectors, state trainers, gender advisors, and officials in the Ministry of General Education and Instruction.

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Funder(s): 
United States Agency for International Development
Partner(s): 
Winrock
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