Stage 4: Transition to Scale
The program commenced in 2011 to meet schools' need to enable students to meet real-life requirements of the 21st century and to bridge the gap in creativity, innovation, critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making. It seeks to address the need through real-life interference in different subjects taught in class. A constant effort was made to develop this program through continuous feedback from parents and teachers to better the adequate skill development of the students.
The program was expanded in the northern region of the country in 2013 and has shown substantial improvement in the students' skill set.
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The program helps students to acquire skills to improve communication, confidence, and motivation and strengthen interpersonal relationships to reach their greatest potential.
Planned Goals and Milestones
The program intends to incorporate the "Most Significant Change" (MSC) method in this academic year by incorporating stakeholders in decision making and analyzing of data collected.