Towards the end of February 2020, the State Education Inspectorate presented the changes in the integral evaluation process before all the state and authorized education inspectors. The promotional event was organized with the support of the USAID Youth Ethnic Integration Project.
During the event, the Director of the State Education Inspectorate, Tome Spirovski, addressed the attendants and emphasized the importance of a continuous improvement of the quality of the educational process.
The changes in the School Performance Quality Indicators and the Integral Evaluation Manual reflect the changes made to the new Law on Primary Education and the Law on Teachers and Support Staff and they pertain to interethnic integration in education, inclusive education, youth participation and introducing a students’ parliament.
The State Education Inspectorate has also improved the integral evaluation instruments that will be used by the inspectors so as to support the schools in their daily work and implement activities that enhance the cohesion among young people from various ethnic communities.
The changes are a result of a lengthy process supported by the USAID Youth Ethnic Integration Project and the OSCE Mission to Skopje.
This activity is part of the Youth Ethnic Integration Project, supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
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