Vision<br />We envision a Pakistan where all children – regardless of their socio-economic background –  have access to qu...
Educational Inequity in Pakistan<br /><ul><li>Dual educational inequity: the crisis of access and quality</li></ul>A child...
One out of a hundred children entering Kindergarten will stay in school until grade 12
Public school students take an additional 1.5 to 2.5 years to master the numeracy and literacy skills of their private sch...
A Global Movement<br /><ul><li>Teach For Pakistan is a partner in the Teach For All international network of 19 independen...
Partners of the network aspire to the vision that one day, all children will have the opportunity to attain an excellent e...
Theory in Action<br /><ul><li>18% of the graduating classes at Harvard and Yale apply,    less than 10% accepted
Teach For America Corps members “have a greater impact   on student achievement than traditionally trained teachers”
Rated the most prestigious graduate employer in the UK
Number of applicants to Teach For India doubled in one year
Supporters and partners include McKinsey, Times of India, Dell Foundation</li></li></ul><li>Why Teach For Pakistan?<br />R...
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Teach For Pakistan is a nationwide movement of graduates and young professionals who will commit two years to teach in under-resourced schools and go on to become lifelong leaders working from across all fields to expand educational opportunity.

The Teach For Pakistan Fellowship is a full-time, paid position that will allow participants to develop leadership and professional skills that are highly transferable from teaching to other fields including public policy, business, management and journalism. This experience is compatible with the pursuit of a very broad range of personal and professional goals, and can increase participants' ability to make an impact in the long run. Throughout the two years, Fellows will be provided on-going teaching support as well as various networking and mentoring opportunities for professional and career development.

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  • Short term.. Transformational aspect.. Learning and transformation for both the students and the teachers.
  • Transition: Why has there been no change in the Educational sector in Pakistan? The state is unresponsive and the non-state actions even though are well-intentioned- however, no scalability or sustainability. It’s mostly “feel good” work…. However, educational inequity is a problem faced by various countries. The Teach for All model has been found to workThe mission that unifies members of Teach for All is to enlist nations’ most promising future leaders in the effort to address educational need by recruiting top graduates to commit to years to teach in high-need schools and to work throughout their lives, from inside and outside of education, to address the root causes of the problem.
  • Over 17,000 alumni in all sectors are winning some of the highest accolades teachers can win, running some of the best performing school in urban and rural areas, pioneering change as social entrepreneurs and school system superintendents, and supporting reform as elected officials, policy advisors, business people and committed citizens
  • Recruitment incentives:TfPwill leverage pre-existing Teach for All relationships with international graduate schools to help TfP alumni gain admission into highly selective programs - TfP will cultivate its own relationships with competitive national universities such as IBA and LUMS. -TfP will partner with local and international organizations that provide scholarships: HEC, USAid, AusAid, British Council -TfP will also partner with key players in the private sector who value the experience, leadership and management skills as well social awareness displayed by our Fellows -Personal satisfaction and refined vision for social change - Development of leadership and problem-solving skills necessary for professional successSuch as Harvard Business School and Stanford University Graduate School of Business*Teaching is leadership- skills learnt in the classroom (working under pressure, leading, managing, team work, pushing students to do their best)… school enviroment… improve team building skills and professional skills…. Gain a deeper understanding of one of the most major issues in Pakistan
  • - First cohort of 40 Fellows to be placed in schools by August 2011- Placement limited to 10-20 public and private schools in Karachi and its outskirts- Fellows will teach English, math, science and social/civic studies and life skillsResults and insights from 1st cohort used for rapid expansion in years 2 and 3.Increasing the scale within Karachi and expanding into Lahore and Rural Sindh:In August 2012, TfP will place 80 Fellows in Karachi, and 40 Fellows in Lahore- In August 2013, TfP will place 150 Fellows in Karachi, 70 in Lahore and 20 in rural SindhHave begun preliminary discussions with the CARE foundation regarding expansion to Lahore to run simultaneous operations by August 2012Beginning August 2013 Fellow placement will be expanded to other high-need areas in the country, particularly rural Sindh and Punjab
  • I’d like to share one last statistic with you: currently, the population of Pakistan 180 million. By the mid-21st century, it will be 340 million, and unlike India and China, its populations will still be rising. It will be a young population at a time when most of the rest of the world will be ageing.
  • Teach For Pakistan

    1. 1.
    2. 2. Vision<br />We envision a Pakistan where all children – regardless of their socio-economic background – have access to quality education that allows them to reach their full potential<br />Mission<br />Teach For Pakistan is a nationwide movement of graduates and young professionals who will commit two years to teach in under-resourced schools and go on to become lifelong leaders working from across all fields to expand educational opportunity. <br />
    3. 3. Educational Inequity in Pakistan<br /><ul><li>Dual educational inequity: the crisis of access and quality</li></ul>A child’s socio-economic background and geographic location determine educational opportunity and life chances<br /><ul><li>21M out of the total 27M children aged 10-12 are out of school
    4. 4. One out of a hundred children entering Kindergarten will stay in school until grade 12
    5. 5. Public school students take an additional 1.5 to 2.5 years to master the numeracy and literacy skills of their private school counterparts in grade 3</li></li></ul><li>Theory of Change<br />Recruit and train top graduates and young professionals to teach for two years in under-resourced schools on a full-time paid Fellowship<br />As alumni, they go on to work, from both within and outside education, with a lifelong commitment to drive systemic change<br />Fellows go beyond traditional expectations to help students overcome the challenges they face and perform at their full potential<br />By succeeding with their students Fellows gain the conviction that educational inequity is a problem that we can and must solve<br />3<br />1<br />2<br />
    6. 6. A Global Movement<br /><ul><li>Teach For Pakistan is a partner in the Teach For All international network of 19 independent social enterprises that are working to expand educational opportunity in their nations by enlisting their most promising future leaders in the effort.
    7. 7. Partners of the network aspire to the vision that one day, all children will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education.</li></li></ul><li>Teach For All<br />Estonia<br />UK - Teach First<br />Latvia<br />USA Teach For America <br />Germany<br />Spain<br />Lebanon<br />Pakistan<br />Bulgaria<br />China<br />Israel<br />India<br />Malaysia<br />Colombia<br />Malaysia<br />Brazil<br />Peru<br />Australia<br />Chile<br />Argentina<br />
    8. 8. Theory in Action<br /><ul><li>18% of the graduating classes at Harvard and Yale apply, less than 10% accepted
    9. 9. Teach For America Corps members “have a greater impact on student achievement than traditionally trained teachers”
    10. 10. Rated the most prestigious graduate employer in the UK
    11. 11. Number of applicants to Teach For India doubled in one year
    12. 12. Supporters and partners include McKinsey, Times of India, Dell Foundation</li></li></ul><li>Why Teach For Pakistan?<br />Recruiting the best young talent<br /><ul><li>Multimedia and on-ground campaign</li></ul>One day all children in <br />Rethinking<br />Alumni as change makers<br /><ul><li>Education
    13. 13. Policy
    14. 14. Business
    15. 15. Advocacy
    16. 16. Research</li></ul>Creating future leaders<br /><ul><li>Rigorous selection
    17. 17. Building key competencies
    18. 18. School/Community Development Project</li></ul>Teaching<br />National Priorities<br />Leadership<br />Pakistan<br />will attain an excellent education<br />Transformational Teaching<br /><ul><li>Academic gains
    19. 19. Beyond academics</li></ul>Training and Support<br /><ul><li>Pre-service
    20. 20. In-service </li></li></ul><li>Placement Partners & Thought Partners<br /><ul><li>Sindh Education Foundation
    21. 21. The Citizens Foundation
    22. 22. Indus Resource Center
    23. 23. British Council
    24. 24. Aga Khan University – Institute for Educational Development</li></li></ul><li>Corporate Partners<br />
    25. 25. Support<br /><ul><li>Institute of Business Administration (IBA)
    26. 26. Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science & Technology (SZABIST)
    27. 27. Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS)
    28. 28. The Pakistan Education Taskforce (PETF)
    29. 29. The Higher Education Commission (HEC)
    30. 30. Media firms: Radio1 FM91, Express Tribune, CNBC/SAMAA News, Aaj News and Play TV, Health TV</li></li></ul><li>Training Institute Overview<br /><ul><li>Institute Content
    31. 31. Introduction to Teaching As Leadership
    32. 32. Setting big goals for students
    33. 33. Developing ‘I CAN’ & ‘I WANT’ in students
    34. 34. Effective classroom management systems
    35. 35. Instructional planning and delivery
    36. 36. Building critical thinking skills
    37. 37. Building literacy and numeracy skills
    38. 38. Understanding diversity
    39. 39. Life Skills education
    40. 40. Working with parents and families
    41. 41. Institute Design
    42. 42. Curriculum Sessions
    43. 43. Curriculum Workshops
    44. 44. Life Skills Sessions
    45. 45. Syllabus Labs
    46. 46. Speaker Series
    47. 47. Summer School Teaching</li></li></ul><li>Creating a Movement<br />
    48. 48. Teach For Pakistan is an initiative of <br />The Aman Foundation <br />info@teachforpakistan.edu.pk<br />www.teachforpakistan.edu.pk<br />

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