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Monday, 13 January 2020

Your top 5 education stories for the past week

Your top education news stories in Egypt this week:

  • GEMS Egypt for Education Services plans to start producing textbooks and provide training to teachers as part of a five-year expansion plan.
  • A group of Egyptian and Saudi investors will invest EGP 1.6 bn to launch the first phase of the planned Al Fanar University in Alexandria.
  • Thanaweya Amma students began sitting for their electronically administered mid-year exams on Saturday.
  • The Federation of Egyptian Banks signed last week a cooperation protocol with the Education Ministry to set up Egypt’s first sustainable public school. The federation will contribute EGP 100 mn for the establishment of the school.
  • The Education Ministry has decided to form a committee to review all ministerial decrees issued over the past year regulating the appointment, transfer, and secondment of public sector teachers, according to El Watan.

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