Education provides us with a chance to understand the globe in a better way and offers us a chance to use that knowledge and skills acquired wisely.
School Based Management allows principals, head teachers, teachers, parents, and communities to participate in managing their schools and decide what to do in order to improve the quality of education. SBM is a comprehensive program that contributes to moving gradually from the strict centralization to decentralization at the school level, which offers an opportunity for local communities to participate in solving local issues, including improving the quality of education for their children.
In partnership with the Ministry of Education, UNICEF is supporting the rollout of School-Based Management to 468 schools in Baghdad, Anbar, and Najaf to allow local communities to create child-friendly schools and improve the quality of learning.
An SBM training was conducted during March and concluded in April, and nearly 541 participants from 161 schools in Baghdad, Anbar, and Najaf attended. This training helped the trainees to exchange experience and knowledge among themselves also it gave a high level of confidence to teachers that will work on this project.