Enhancing Education in Kosovo Schools

High school students in Veliko Ropotovo/ Ropotove e Madhe in the first afterschool class held in the USAID-supported computer la
High school students in Veliko Ropotovo/ Ropotove e Madhe in the first afterschool class held in the USAID-supported computer lab.
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High school students in Veliko Ropotovo/ Ropotove e Madhe in the first afterschool class held in the USAID-supported computer lab.

A USAID program in Kosovo helped make afterschool English and computer classes possible for more than 1,000 students in 13 schools nationwide.

About 80 students at the Technical School in Veliko Ropotovo /Ropotove e Madhe, Kamenica/ë/a, municipality benefited from the program when a new computer laboratory was furnished and opened as the new site for after-school classes. The laboratory includes 11 networked computers with internet access and a multimedia projector.

The computer lab and after-school classes are the result of a partnership between the school, municipality, and USAID. USAID also supports teachers in leading the afterschool English and computer classes. The USAID program is designed to provide training and study opportunities for Kosovars in many areas, and to support Kosovar partner organizations to operate more effi ciently and achieve better results.

The laboratory in Veliko Ropotovo/Ropotove e Madhe is the sixth laboratory to open in Serbian speaking schools as part of the program. Computer laboratories were also opened in several Kosovo Albanian schools.

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Last updated: October 14, 2014

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