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    SQAT-Based Interventions

    School quality is hard to define but with our our propietary tool — SEED Quality Assessment Tool (SQAT), proprietors are able to understand their strengths and weaknesses, thereby stimulating action towards their school’s transformation. With SQAT, schools assess their own quality themselves (or through our assessors) against a pre-defined set of criteria informed by global and local best practices.

    Together at a bootcamp, they develop their School Transformation Plan to actively pursue on an annual basis. Based on this, schools can access training, mentoring and finance. In addition this, the schools are also linked to interventions to help them in their transformation journey. These interventions to support the schools in making transformational changes are through PARTNERSHIPS, as SEED understands it is unable to provide all solutions alone.

    Quality education is the civil rights struggle of our time. The challenges are enormous and its almost like a giant jigsaw puzzle with so many pieces. We are therefore looking up to partners to work with us in addressing the challenges these schools face in the 29 different Domains (Do) we measure.

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    Join the SEED Circle

    SQAT is based on 6 thematic areas known as Drivers (D) broken down into 29 Domains (Do) and 86 indicators (Id). The areas of Intervention Partnership is linked to our 29 SQAT Domains.

    With your intervention support together with our solutions, schools become better managed in the long run, and learning outcomes improve. A virtuous circle emerges of better educational outcomes and stronger networks of schools that are dedicated to improving quality.

    Are you ready to be part of the SEED Circle? Talk to us to learn more about how you can partner with us to improve the education quality in schools that serve children from low income households.