An opportunity for school teachers who have not completed their secondary education to join the Accelerated Secondary Education Programme for Teachers (ASEP).
The Ministry of General Education and Instruction (MoGEI) has introduced an Accelerated Secondary Education Programme for Teachers (ASEP) in the department of Alternative Education Systems (AES). This programme allows teachers who are teaching but have not completed their secondary education to complete their education. This programme is free and is implemented as part of the Girls’ Education South Sudan (GESS) programme. All practicing teachers who want to complete their secondary education in an accelerated form are encouraged to apply. Female teachers are highly encouraged to apply and will be given priority in the allocation of spaces. Application details are summarized in the below table.
The GESS programme receives £70 million (GBP) of UK aid from the UK Government and $15 million (CAD) from the Government of Canada through Global Affairs Canada. The Ministry of General Education and Instruction (MoGEI) leads the GESS programme, supported by implementing partners who provide technical advice. GESS is managed by a consortium led by Cambridge Education/Mott MacDonald, including BBC Media Action, Montrose, Leonard Cheshire and Windle Trust International.
To read more about the Quality Education component of GESS, go here.
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