Egypt’s Ministry of Education explains there is an alternative plan to rely on electronic platforms in case the study is suspended again due to a potential second wave of high COVID-19 infections.
Minister of Education and Technical Education Tarek Shwaki stated Tuesday that the curricula will be available in the electronic form in the coming period.
The World Bank pointed out that the pandemic left around 100 million students in the region out of classrooms.
The move is mandatory to adopt modern learning methods and to make the operation of applied technology schools possible.
The bank unanimously approved supporting Egypt’s national education strategy to develop pre-university education with $500 million.
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