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Passion needed among school students to learn more on Egypt’s tourism, antiquities, says Education Minister
First semester exams to be held from 27 February to 9 March, with only one comprehensive exam combining all subjects to each grade
Company opens first administrative headquarters for Global Paradigm Schools in Mostakbal City
Ministry of Education said it took all required measures to protect school students and teachers amid the second wave of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Shawky asserted that his ministry is working to ensure the success of this academic year, despite the difficult circumstances imposed by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, local media reported.
Curriculums will be explained via television programmes and online platforms, says Tarek Shawky
The offering to competitors is scheduled to take place in accordance with the ready lands whose licences have been finalised, and will cover most of Egypt’s governorates. The final tally of schools at this stage is expected to reach 70.
Ministry of Education and Technical Education intends to rely extensively on technologies in upcoming academic year
Oral exams cannot be cancelled, as they form integral part of student evaluation, says Abbas
Total of 1.4 million Thanaweya Amma, technical certificate students set to take final exams over 20 days
“Students are not always dedicated in normal classroom lectures, so it’s difficult to let them shoulder all the responsibility,” says university lecturer
Monthly download capacities for home internet subscriptions were also increased by 20% at a cost of EGP 200m to be borne by the state for all user segments in coordination with Internet service providers to support distance education and basic services.
Al-Sisi allocates EGP 100bn emergency fund to combat pandemic
President announces EGP 100bn emergency package to curb virus spread
Cabinet cancels public, sports gathering, events as precautions against disease
Heavy rains, thunderstorms expected from Thusrday to Saturday
The statement issued by the cabinet said the reports published on social media were false, asserting that all Egyptian schools were free of the virus, however schools will continue to take all preventive measures to confront any infection.
Students should apply certificate of preparatory school, pass tests to enroll
I’m partnering with the Vodafone Foundation and the UNHCR to close the gap between the education available to refugees and their peers living in settled communities; says Salah
Ministry will provide informational posters encouraging health practices in educational facilities
Application will donate an amount for each new download of Vigo Video during this period
Barcelona – The Minister of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), Amr Talaat, met with Morris Lee, president of LG Electronics Mobile, to review the Egyptian government’s efforts to stimulate investments and promote electronics manufacturing in Egypt through enhancing domestic industrial development. The meeting was part of Talaat’s participation at the World Mobile Congress (WMC) 2019 in …
‘Unfortunately, teachers are poor, desperate, frustrated over their conditions,’ says researcher
Curfew, schools closed across Sudanese states as authorities curb demonstrations
Each school includes eight classes, sports facilities, computer cubicles, laboratories, library
Old accessories, torn clothes, broken zippers, old chips carton boxes, empty plastic bottles plastic boxes, were some of items students started collecting
During the United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF) ceremony, which was held on Sunday, the Minister of International Cooperation, Sahar Nasr, stated that the government consults all of the involved parties in order to support the poorest villages in Egypt. She added UNICEF responded to the Egyptian call for intensifying its support for the poorest …
This move comes almost one month after El-Sherbiny announced the decision in June, amidst the thanaweya amma secondary school exam leaks.
The minister should not have the authority to interfere with every little detail in every school in Egypt, says Al Kalla
The government should encourage private sector investment, as such investment could save the government over EGP 20bn, says Badawy Alam