TAMAM: A School-Based Reform Model
TAMAM was initiated as part of a memorandum of understanding between the Arab Thought Foundation (ATF) and the American University of Beirut (AUB). TAMAM's name derives from its purpose: it is an acronym from the initials of the Arabic translation of the phrase “school-based reform" [Al-Tatweer Al-Mustanid ila Al-Madrasa]. In Arabic TAMAM means good or perfect.
Through continuous funding, TAMAM is growing into an educational Movement that spans 8 Arab countries, comprising more than 860 practitioners in 69 schools collaborating with 32 researchers from 12 different universities, 42 coaches and a number of policymakers to design and implement impactful school-based improvement.
We invite you to look through the TAMAM digital library to learn more about the project, its capacity building program, research opportunities, as well as its community. We also encourage you to share the resources from TAMAM with interested educators in your schools and community.
We also invite you to check the TAMAM newly designed brochure in both Arabic and English.
We also encourage you to navigate the TAMAM renovated website to learn more about the details of the project.
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