Education Secretary Dr Michael Tapo says more materials and resources will be needed to improve the quality of teaching and learning in Papua New Guinea.
Lack of adequate supplies has affected the development of the education standard. The Education Department is keen to improve the quality of teaching and learning in all schools throughout the country.
It starts with the identification of a broader perspective and a systematic way of enhancing knowledge starting with children from zero to six years old.
Following the recent conference in Madang, Dr Tapo is adamant that the department will deliver according to the Government’s requirements, guidelines and development plans.
The United Nation’s International Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is one of the key implementing partners in the educational programs.
Country Representative Baba Danbappa announced UNICEF will assist in ensuring that all schools have equal shares with teaching and student materials.
Its focus is on communication; child approach based on holistic care.
The decisions to improve teaching and learning materials were part of the analysis carried out in the recent education meet in Madang.
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