BANDUNG - As part of the movement to drive the culture of literacy in the district of Kuningan, Kuningan District Education Department together with USAID Prioritas held activities in an effort to improve the quality of reading and writing, especially basic education includes primary schools and madrasah.
According to the Head of Education, Youth and Sports, Kuningan regency, Dr. Asep Taufik Rohman, with a good level of literacy, will lead people to be critical, creative, and innovative that have open opportunities to achieve progress and civilisation in the future. "The ability to read is an important factor for improving the quality of human resources," said Asep, through a release received www.Jabarprov.go.id.
Asep rates that USAID Prioritas able to provide innovation in introducing models or methods of reading, especially grades 1, 2 and 3 in primary schools and madrasah. "In this way, teachers do not have to frantically looking for methods of reading, just use a pattern that has been prepared by USAID Prioritas," he said.
At the event, USAID Prioritas also provide tiered reading books to 16 elementary/Midi in Kuningan District with each getting 608 copies per school/madrasah, bringing the total of books given as many as 9,728 copies. "Help textbooks and reading books large tiered expected to answer accelerated reading class, especially in Kuningan regency," he said.