Working hard to eliminate illiteracy, Egypt has set a comprehensive plan to end alphabetic and digital illiteracy among citizens of all ages.
Minister of Social Solidarity Nevine al-Qabaj stated Monday that 6.5 million students are receiving monetary subsidies.
The total number of pre-university students reached 21 million nationwide.
After listening to her complaint, the judge ordered that the Ministry of Education has to pay the little girl LE 3,000 in moral compensation. The judge also said his verdict is unchallengeable.
The strategy consists of four sections that encompass multiple areas of concern.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi was handed the report, titled "Development: A Right for All, Egypt’s Pathways and Prospects."
In August, Spokesperson of the Cabinet Nader Saad said that coronavirus vaccination would be mandatory for everyone involved in the educational process.
The president explained that the wrong understanding of religion can lead to the destruction of countries.
Subsequently, the number of students at the Egyptian-Japanese Schools will become 11,000 up from 10,000.
The official underlined that the sum is six times that of FY2015/2016, which is the launching year.
The official added that at some point vaccination may become mandatory among all those who are part of the educational process at the tertiary education level.
Yet, that is not the final number as application on the website is still open until August 19, 2021.
A total of 31 Egyptians universities appeared in the list of Times Higher Education index for the best universities in the Arab world in 2021.
Chief of Staff Mohamed Farid has been to Greece for several days as he held meetings with his Greek counterpart, and defense minister.
Between January 28, 2011 and July 3, 2013, Egypt lived in political instability because of overthrowing two regimes.
El-Said added that during the period between July 2014 and June 2020, projects worth LE 2.4 trillion were completed in 22 sectors across Egypt.
This comes within the framework of the universities' orientation to achieve digital transformation at all levels in a way that contributes to providing scientific materials for students online.
North Sinai governorate witnessed a boom in educational projects during the last seven years.
Egypt’s international ranking in scientific publishing for the year 2020 has advanced by four places, ranking the 30th globally, according to the Scimago classification for scientific publication.
The application reinforces the “Speak Arabic” initiative that was launched in October 2020, with the aim of linking Egyptians abroad to their motherland.