To improve primary school students’ performance in reading and math, Georgian and ethnic minority schools must develop stronger instructional materials and transform approaches to teaching.
Parents Engaged in Their Children’s Learning .
Project Success Story | March 25, 2018
Parents reinforce students’ learning processes with USAID’s Georgia Primary Education Project and the Georgian Ministry of Education’s supplemental materials.
The USAID Georgia Primary Education project (G-PriEd) actively supports the Ministry of Education’s initiative to engage parents in their children’s education. G-PriEd, together with the Ministry, recognizes that the earlier in a child’s educational process parent involvement begins, the more powerful the effects. G-PriEd has prepared a number of resources to extend the learning that takes place in the classroom to the home environment.
- Success Story Parents Engaged in their Children's Learning