Minister of Education Tarek Shawky - File photo
CAIRO, Dec 21 (MENA) - Education Minister Tareq Shawqy said Egypt is seeking to benefit from foreign expertise in developing Egyptian education.
During a phone call with Extra News channel late Saturday, Shawqy referred to the partnership with USAID for honing skills of teachers.
He noted that there are partnerships with other international organizations, including UNICEF and UNESCO.
He added that there are 40 Egyptian-Japanese schools in Egypt, noting that President Abdel Fattah El Sisi is keen on managing these schools in accordance with the Japanese mechanism.
He added that about 15 Japanese experts and teachers came to Egypt to teach at the Japanese schools.