Training "Entrepreneurship And School Development Opportunities"
The gap between the rural and urban school student’s academic achievements is rising in Georgia. Traditional school development models are not effective in rural schools where the poverty rate is higher than in urban school communities.
The two-day training on "Entrepreneurship and School Development Opportunities" was conducted in Borjomi, “Rixos Hotel” from November 18-19 and was led by Tamar Mosiashvili, Paata Beriashvili and David Liparteliani.
The training was attended by school principals and regional representatives of the Ministry of Education and Sciences. The aim of the training was to fill the gaps of comprehending the role of entrepreneurship for traditional schools which so far cannot achieve results. The aim of the training was to assess and discuss the study of entrepreneurship in schools and why it has not to date succeeded in its mission of arming children with a better understanding of the subject. Group activities, case discussions and other exercises were used for a better understanding of entrepreneurship opportunities.
At the end of the training, the participant schools were given Certificate of Appreciation for partnership.
The training was organized within the framework of the project “Strengthening Local Capacities for Children’s Rights Protection in Georgia” with the financial support of the European Union.