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    Egyptian Education Initiative | Version I

     
    A look at the Egyptian Education Initiative (EEI), launched in May 2006 - under the auspices of Egypt's First Lady Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak - as a public-private partnership between the government of Egypt and the World Economic Forum as a progressive model for reforming Egypt's education system. The publication provides an overview of the initiative's four tracks: Pre-university education, higher education, lifelong learning and e-learning industry development.


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    Date Published: Nov 2007



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