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Monday, 27 April 2020

Your top education stories of the week

Your top education stories of the week:

  • Second term written and oral university exams have been canceled and will be replaced with either research papers or online exams, according to the Supreme Council of Universities.
  • Egypt, Italy sign EGP 40 mn pact to increase applied tech schools program as part of the Italian-Egyptian Debt for Development Swap program.
  • Schools remain closed and the government will make an announcement in the second half of Ramadan on the scheduling of final examinations for schools and universities.
  • The House of Representatives approved new emergency powers for Egypt’s president including final say in ordering school and university closures.
  • Summit Technology will implement a EGP 25 mn tech and communications upgrade in private schools across the country, the company announced.

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