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Prepared by: Louis Cristillo, PhD Teachers College, Columbia University United States Agency for International Development Cooperative Agreement No. 294-A-00-05-00234-00 Palestinian Faculty Development Program NATIONAL STUDY OF UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING PRACTICES IN PALESTINE 2 National Study of Undergraduate Teaching Practices in Palestine E x E c u t i v E S u m m a r y Project Team Lead Researchers Dr. Louis Cristillo, Teachers College, Columbia University (Project Director) Dr. Amaney Jamal, Princeton University Dr. Nader Said, Director, Arab World for Research and Development (AWRAD) Dr. Taisir Abdallah, Al Quds University Researchers Dr. Ali Habayeb, An-Najah University Dr. Akram Ijla, Al Azhar University Research Assistants Mr. Sohiel Salha, An-Najah National University Ms. Nahida Al-Arja, PhD Candidate, Cairo University Mr. Ahmed Tannira, PFDP, Gaza Research Coordinators Ms. Noor Tawil, PFDP, West Bank Ms. Nariman Rajab, PFDP, West Bank This study was made possible through support provided by the West Bank-Gaza Office, US Agency for International Development, under the terms of Cooperative Agreement No. 294- A-00-05-00234-00. The opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and do not nec- essarily reflect the views of the United States Agency for International Development or the United States Government. 3Palestinian Faculty Development Program a c k n o w l E d g E m E n t S Acknowledgements We would like to express our sincere gratitude to Dr. Chris Shinn, former Chief of Party of the Palestinian Faculty Development Program (PFDP) and to Mr. John Fitz- Gibbon, the current PFDP Chief of Party for making this study possible and for their valuable guidance and advice through all phases of the project. We greatly appreciate the contributions of Dr. Nader Said and his team of fieldworkers at the Arab World for Research and Development (AWRAD) polling center. Likewise, we thank our focus group research team in Gaza, Dr. Akram Ijla

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