Bese Saka Professional Pathways

“Bese Saka” is a traditional Adinkra symbol from Ghana which conveys the idea of financial security, abundance, unity, and the importance of careful planning and hard work in achieving prosperity.

The Bese Saka Network comes from the findings of the DEIJ work at the International School of Dakar, which found that due to restrictive costs and visa processes, many educators in Africa were at a disadvantage in obtaining the preferred teaching qualifications, gaining international experience, and attending international school job fairs when compared with educators of other nations.

The AISA Bese Saka Network aims to support local hire educators within AISA member schools, addressing disparities in career advancement, compensation, and professional development.

A dedicated design team will be tasked with conceptualising and developing an implementation plan for the pilot phase to be launched in August 2024. This team will play a crucial role in shaping the parameters and strategies necessary to ensure the success of this initiative.

If you are interested in joining the AISA Bese Saka Network/Professional Pathways Design Team, apply by 12 April 2024  here.

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