The Citizens Foundation (TCF) has signed an MoU with the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) affiliating TCF’s Secondary Schools.

The association will provide support for teaching and learning activities. This will help TCF align its syllabi and assessment system across Pakistan, enabling it to bring about improvements in teaching and learning to the less privileged communities. TCF students will also benefit from innovations relating to the diversity of courses, use of technology etc. that FBISE provides across the country.

FBISE aims to support organizations in education, particularly those serving disadvantaged communities. A collaboration with TCF will help FBISE deepen its strengthen its role in meeting the needs of less privileged communities.

Talking about this development, Syed Asaad Ayub Ahmad, President and CEO of TCF, said, “TCF believes in continuous improvement and affiliation with Federal board for Intermediate and Secondary Education is a step in that direction. This step will help us bring about improvements in teaching and learning so that our students can continue to prosper and prove themselves in various walks of life.”

“We are glad to partner with The Citizen Foundation’s countrywide network of formal schools. FBISE is committed to playing its part in improving the quality of education offered in less privileged communities. This partnership will help us in making a substantial contribution in this regard,” added Qaisar Alam, Chairman of Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE).

From : pk.mashable.com

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