To improve primary school students’ performance in reading and math, Georgian and ethnic minority schools must develop stronger instructional materials and transform approaches to teaching.
Parents Engaged in Their Children’s Learning.
Project Success Story | March 25, 2018
Parents reinforce students’ learning processes with USAID’s Georgia Primary Education Project and the Georgian Ministry of Education’s supplemental materials.
The USAID Georgia Primary Education project (G-PriEd) actively supports the Ministry of Education’s initiative to engage parents in their children’s education. G-PriEd, together with the Ministry, recognizes that the earlier in a child’s educational process parent involvement begins, the more powerful the effects. G-PriEd has prepared a number of resources to extend the learning that takes place in the classroom to the home environment.
- Success Story Parents Engaged in their Children's Learning