Carnegie Middle East Report about TAMAM Project October 2022:
In October 2022, Carnegie Middle East published a report titled “Innovation and New Directions: Searching for Novel Paths in Arab Education Reform”. The report emphasizes on several reform efforts that are being implemented across the Arab region, many in a bottom-up approach that attempts a collaborative approach with governments but is not held hostage to old authoritarian thinking. Rather than simply admiring the problem, the report attempts to highlight several experiences taking place within different Arab educational systems, not so much because these experiences are necessarily transportable but rather to point out that together with the challenges, there are also successes that can be built on. The report draws on the practical experiences of experts from the Qatari, Jordanian, and Egyptian educational systems as well as from the regional, bottom-up experience of the TAMAM project.
In the section about the TAMAM project, Dr. Rima Karami talks about how TAMAM was initiated and transformed into an educational movement, describes the TAMAM model for school-based reform, the capacity building programs, TAMAM’s professional network, partnerships, and the produced knowledge base. In this report, Dr. Rima also shares TAMAM’s main achievements, lessons learned, and the identified key characteristics that a reform model must have to ensure its successful use and implementation in different contexts.
You can read the full report in English here: https://carnegie-mec.org/…/innovation-and-new…
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