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ANERA teacher honoring ceremony.

Under the Patronage of the secretary general of the Ministry of Education, the American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and in partnership with UNESCO Amman Office, held a ceremony to honor all school teachers and partners who participated in the implementation of the Australian Aid Fund

"School Readiness Program for Vulnerable Iraqi and Jordanian Youth",.

The program is part of a project which aims at enhancing academic performance of school children aged 6-18, through comprehensive enrichment classes in the main subjects; Arabic, English, Math, and physics, according to students' needs,.

The project was implemented in seven locations in Amman at government schools.

The event included speeches by Dr Saleh Khalaileh, director of Public Education at the Ministry, Dr AnnaPaolini director of UNESCO Amman Office, and Mrs Hanan Shasha'a the director of ANERA Amman Office, who also gave a presentation about the project goals and achievements,.

Aisha Um al-Mo'meneen School principal, Mrs Rewaydah Anasweh, and Mrs Asma' Halalmeh from Tlaa' al-Ali School also talked to the audience on behalf of teachers,.

Following the speeches, certificates and honorary shields were presented by ANERA to participants and partners

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Publication:The Star (Amman, Jordan)
Date:Dec 27, 2010
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