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Monday, 3 February 2020

Your top education stories of the week:

Your top education stories in a week of slim pickings for education news in Egypt:

  • CI Capital said it has 4 EGX IPOs in the works for this year, one of which will be an education firm, which we expect will be Taaleem for Consulting and Educational Services.
  • The Supreme Administrative Court upheld Cairo University’s Niqab ban last week.
  • CORONA WATCH (education edition): The Higher Education Ministry pressed pause on Chinese university scholarships, while schools received preventative hygiene protocols from the Education Ministry amid the coronavirus scare.
  • The Islamic World Organization for Education, Science and Culture (ISESCO) established a USD 500 mn endowment that will contribute to supporting educational, cultural, and scientific initiatives for its member states, including Egypt.

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