Building Sustainable Schools requires setting high standards, understanding how students learn, focusing on learning outcomes, and providing schools with sufficient human resources and terial inputs to support student-centered, active, and participatory teaching and learning.

It is necessary to provide safe and appropriate facilities, relevant curriculum, high-quality teachers, and effective school leaders. Finally, bringing these models to scale requires sound planning, effective monitoring and evaluation, and competent system-wide management.

Riplington & Associates subscribes to the philosophy that Sustainable Schools is the most appropiate strategy for Africa in terms of renovating educational processes and achieving quality education. Many of our Learning Programmes are based on this premise with the sole purpose of creating Sustainable Solutions for a Sustainable Future.

Further reading

Ten principles of effective teaching & learning