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    Consultative Council of the Egyptian Education Initiative holds its First Meeting

    Cairo , 6 September 2006

    Under the chairpersonship of Dr. Hoda Baraka, first advisor to CIT minister, the consultative council of the Egyptian Education Initiative (EEI) will convene from 6-7 September to confer the EEIís logical implementation and work plan.

    The council involves a pool of academic experts and other professionals in ICT applications in education. This is in addition to the participation of representatives of the ministries of Education and Higher Education and those in charge of implementing the initiativeís four tracks: pre-university education, higher education, lifelong learning and e-learning industry development. Also representatives of partnering multinational companies and donors will attend the two-day meeting.

    This meeting goes in line with the execution of the work plan of the EEI launched in the World Economic Forum - held last May in Sharm El Seikh under the auspices of H.E. Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak.

    The meeting will also discuss the major efforts of the past phase leading to considerable achievements within a limited time.

    It is worth mentioning that the meeting will involve a field visit to schools and e-learning centers during which the meeting members will review the most important accomplishments and figure out means to implement the different EEI steps.

    EEI is a public-private partnership that aims to improve education in Egypt through the effective utilization of ICT.

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