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Service Results  > The Results of Training Ethnic Minority Parents
The Results of Training Ethnic Minority Parents
In larger towns like Puli and Shalu, many college students work as tutors for Boyo. However, in remote areas like Shinyi and Wufeng, qualified tutors and modern facilities are lacking. Education for local children depends solely on parental volunteers, who are usually only able to teach mathematics, and not English.

Thus, we have worked on English training programs in aboriginal tribes and remote areas since 2009 February to make efforts in improving parental volunteers’ English.

Under four-year regular guidance, 107 tutors have already passed the 1st level of training.

Centers
English
training
programs
Shin-
yi
Zhuo-
shui

Shin-
yi
Chen-
youlan

Jian-
shi
jiale
Jian-
shi
xiuluan
Wu-
feng
Heng-
shan
Yun-
lin
Ping-
tong
Peng-
Hu
Huxi
Peng-
Hu
Magong
Chia-
yi
Yi-
lan
Total
The number
of tutors who
should
accept English training
14
20
15
14
15
6
14
30
5
6
20
6
165
The number of tutors who
have accepted English training
14
19
13
14
14
4
14
27
3
6
20
6
154
Ratio (%)
100%
95%
87%
100%
93%
67%
100%
90%
60%
100%
100%
100%
93%
The number
of tutors who passed
the 1st level English test
Num-
ber
9
15
14
9
10
6
9
30
5
6
12
4
129
Ratio (%)
64%
75%
93%
64%
67%
100%
64%
100%
100%
100%
60%
67%
78%
The number
of tutors who passed
the 2nd level English test
Num-
ber
7
10
9
7
8
6
7
29
5
6
8
4
106
Ratio (%)
50%
50%
60%
50%
53%
100%
50%
97%
100%
100%
40%
67%
64%
The number
of tutors who passed
the 3rd level English test
Num-
ber
3
3
9
5
4
5
4
20
4
3
2
2
64
Ratio (%)
21%
15%
60%
36%
27%
83%
29%
67%
80%
50%
10%
33%
39%
The number
of tutors who passed
the 4th level English test
Num-
ber
1
0
3
2
1
5
0
15
0
3
2
0
32
Ratio (%)
7%
0%
20%
14%
7%
83%
0%
50%
0%
50%
10%
0%
19%
The number
of tutors who passed
the certifi-
cation exam
Num-
ber
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
5

Data Date: 2015 October

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