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    Education Development Using ICT


    Last Updated: 19 Apr 2016
    The EEI was launched as a public-private partnership between the Government of Egypt and the World Economic Forum’s ICT community as a progressive model for reforming Egypt’s education system.

    Building on the established core principles of the national education system, it has become a national project transforming the lives of thousands, irrespective of age, occupation or social level. The EEI is an inclusive model that brings students, parents, teachers, community leaders, government, business and international organizations together, clearly improving the lives of individuals.

    This is due in no small part to the efforts made during the program’s development – including detailed analysis of learning methods and consultation with international experts – and the rigorous criteria in place for monitoring and evaluation.

    The EEI seeks to add value to the national education process in new and innovative ways, directly improving the quality of education. Although there are always barriers to change, these are being overcome as all stakeholders concerned recognize the very real benefits of the initiative in their daily lives.


    Goals:

    § Enhance the education system in Egypt through new innovative methods to improve the quality of education services
    § Keep pace with technology advancement
    § Adopt innovative teaching styles while using ICT applications to achieve positive results on digital content


    Achievements:

    Partners of the private sector provided equipment, software and services at affordable prices, in addition to equipping educational institutions with computers and necessary devices.
     
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