The USAID Teacher Education Project has the primary objective of helping the Government of Pakistan develop, introduce, and implement effective curricula for a new four-year bachelor’s degree in education and a two-year associate degree in education. To achieve this goal, the project helps provincial governments create systems, policies and standards that ensure the effective execution of these degree programs. The project’s assistance is tailored to support pre-service education priorities as determined by each province, and to enhance capacity and strengthen systems that will remain once the project ends. The result will be teachers graduating from colleges and universities with the knowledge, skills and dispositions required to be effective instructors and to meet Pakistan’s National Standards for Teachers.
Visit EDC’s International Development Division website for additional project information and resources.
Director: Nadya Karim-Shaw
Funder: U.S. Agency for International Development