The Current Plan Next year (2024-25), PEACe has planned to conduct PAT for grade VIII in Language (Sindhi/Urdu), Mathematics, Science and English. Approximately, 12000 students from 1200 schools across 30 districts of the province.

SESLOAF Training through ASPIRE Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Trainings (MoF& PT) in collaboration with World Bank identified few districts across country as lagging districts. Dadu, Shaheed Benazirabad, Umerkot and Tharparkar were identified as such districts. MoF & PT planned to intervene in this district under Actions to Strengthen Performance for Inclusive and Responsive Education Program (ASPIRE). ASPIRE aims to provide better learning opportunities to the students from disadvantaged areas. In this regards, proposals for interventions were sought from all the directorates and organizations working under School Education and Literacy Department. Building on the previous experience, PEACe proposed further trainings in the lagging district for ASPIRE project to reach more teachers and develop a pool of guide teachers who can train the teachers and support them to conduct formative and summative assessments. These districts include Shaheed Benazirabad, Dadu, Umerkot and Tharparkar. Under this intervention at first, 90 Teachers/ Head Teachers (in 3 groups) were trained as Guide Teachers (in each district). These teachers will not only practice the formative assessment in classroom and
a) train and support other teachers in their respective Cluster Hub School
b) develop standardized items for PEACE
c) help District Education Management to develop and conduct summative assessment.
The experts of DCAR and PEACe will provide trainings as well as follow-up.
This program has been planned into three phases. Four Day Initial Training, Field Visit of PEACE/ DCAR Resource Persons to Provide Further Support and finally, Two Day Further Follow Up Training this intervention was planned in three phases. Though, the plan has been completed successful, DCAR has been still engaging these trained teachers through online sessions and online item development.