Education Minister Tarek Shawky asserted that there is no need to worry about the spread of coronavirus among the students and teachers, adding that preventive measures are precisely applied in the Egyptian schools.
Minister of Education Tarek Shawky conferred on Thursday with US Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Marie Royce on boosting cooperation in the various fields, especially in education and training.
Education Minister Tareq Shawqy said Egypt is seeking to benefit from foreign expertise in developing Egyptian education.
Shawky's speech came in response to rumors spread on social media, ensuring that no decision is made by the government unless it is announced to the public.
For years, Egyptian students have mainly relied on the extracurricular books published by private publishing houses not on the official school books.
The Ministry of Education have taken 10 key measures to deter other schools from breaking the law and holding them accountable.
The agreement was signed on the sidelines of an investment conference now in session here under the auspices of Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Madbouly highlighted the importance of continuously improving the school nutrition system to provide students with healthy and nutritious meals.
International British schools in Egypt will be operating according to the local education laws, and the total supervision of Ministry of Education.
Beni Suef University has been named Egypt’s best university by the Times Higher Education Emerging Economies University Rankings 2018.
The Ministry of Education is urging families to come forward to the ministry’s complaints bureau to report any surprising hikes in school tuition.
Egypt already has 45,279 public schools with 18,608,730 students, according to the ministry’s statistics published in late July.
The efforts aim to teach youth the concepts of investment and economy from early on.
Online application for Egyptian-Japanese schools is set to be launched within days through the official website of the Ministry of Education and Technical Training.
Education Minister Tarek Shawky rejected the demand of international schools to increase their tuitions by 20 percent.
Minister of Education Tarek Shawky headed to Senegal Monday to participate in the 2017 Triennale of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA), taking place March 14-17 in Dakar.