English Language Fellow Giselle Robitaille, in coordination with the Madagascar Ministry of National Education, completed the revision of the National Curriculum for the Teaching of English Language for the 10th, 11th and 12th grades (Lycee) in Madagascar. The revision was communicated to the 22 regions of Madagascar and 10 private Lycee institutions, allowing for peer-review discussion during a national symposium.

The national symposium was held in Benasandratra, Antananarivo, where participants critiqued and fine-tuned the curriculum. The final curriculum will be published by the Madagascar Ministry of Education and implemented by Lycee schools nationwide for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year.

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