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 » UNESCO Holds Regional Meeting for Field Directors on the Rollout of EMIS Training at the School Level
22.11.2015 - UNESCO Office in Amman

UNESCO Holds Regional Meeting for Field Directors on the Rollout of EMIS Training at the School Level

The severe thunderstorm that shook Amman on November 5th, couldn’t keep Ministry of Education field directors away from a vital meeting in the framework of the UNESCO Education Management Information System (EMIS) project, generously funded by the EU. The objective of the meeting was to strategize data auditing at the school level, follow up data entry for the Syrian refugees, and organize EMIS training at the school level. 66 field directors, along with the head of the planning division of directorates and the EMIS officers in the directorates attended the meeting held at the Amman Teachers Club.


The meeting was one of several similar meetings held country wide in order to manage the roll out of EMIS training at the school level. The meetings are part of a cascading training scheme that started with 12 master trainers who trained a core team, in turn training the field directorates team. Country wide, 568 field directorate EMIS trainers will conduct trainings at the school level, resulting in 13, 600 educators trained on the EMIS.


The project, ‘Technical assistance to enhance accessibility and use of the Jordanian MoE EMIS for evidence-based policy formulation,’ funded by the European Union, has been launched in the framework of the Government of Jordan’s Education Reform for Knowledge Economy (ERfKE II), at the request of the Jordan Ministry of Education (MoE). The overarching goal of the project is to allow the MoE to regain control of its EMIS to be able to make better informed decisions within the sector at all levels.


For more information please contact Pierre Chapelet p.chapelet@unesco.org

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