PACE supported approaches - one of the top ten innovations
25 July 2012, Dhaka. Post-primary basic and continuing education (PACE), a unit of BRAC Education Programme, took part in the competition “Innovative Secondary Education for Skills Enhancement (ISESE)” organised by R4D (Results for Development), with support from the Rockefeller Foundation. PACE supported approaches have been profiled as one of the top ten innovations in this competition. The title of BRAC’s submission is ‘Joyful Learning in Non-Government Secondary Schools in Bangladesh: Public Private Partnership’.
The R4D education team launched the Ashoka Changemakers Competition to identify innovative models of skills delivery at the secondary school level. The competition was meant to draw out promising innovations, new ideas, and entrepreneurial models that enhance learning of secondary school students in both the public and the non-state sectors. The competition is part of R4D’s broader Innovative Secondary Education for Skills Enhancement project, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation.
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