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28 Mar 2017 description
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This paper focuses on accountability and its inter-linkages with other issues such as decentralisation, community engagement and the impact of the Syrian crisis on the education system in Jordan. However, it also highlights the shortcomings of the legal framework and the lack of enforcement of education laws. Given the limitations of time, and geographical reach, this paper does not attempt to highlight all challenges facing the education system in Jordan, but rather seeks to compliment other efforts to elevate the status of education in the Kingdom.

27 Mar 2017 description

Introduction

This paper presents descriptive statistics from a limited sample survey of Jordanian and Syrian refugee households in the city of Mafraq in northern Jordan. The main objective is to enhance our understanding of the communication between public schools and the households of their students through information from parents. The paper answers such questions as: To what extent is there contact between the schools and the parents; how do they communicate; and who initiates the communication?

26 Mar 2017 description

Arab Renaissance for Democracy and Development ARDD launches a paper entitled “Fostering a Culture of Accountability for Improving the Learning Environment in Jordan” as a part of the project “Education for the future”.

18 Jul 2016 description

United Nations (UN) and Partners

Humanitarian Response for Syrian Refugees in Jordan

Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) - Education Sector Gender Analysis

Key Findings

31 May 2016 description

Education opens minds; it opens doors to new opportunities, and offers a sense of normalcy where it may no longer exist. In contexts of mass displacement education also forms one mechanism for protection. This is as much the case for basic education as it is for higher education. The benefits of higher education are manifold and have profound effects on individuals, communities, and stability.

01 Jul 2015 description

INTRODUCTION AND EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Key stakeholders asked ARDD-LA to investigate whether or not Syrian refugees could legally work from home or otherwise use their foreign teaching or medical credentials in Jordan. This legal guidance note sets forth the applicable requirements and calls attention to several important protection concerns.