IT and Education Reform
Frederik Richter has an interesting piece in Qantara.de. It’s more reporting than in depth analysis. I would really like to see someone qualified take a long hard look at the prospects of educational reform in Egypt. But this is a start. The piece examines educational reform initiatives using IT training. It’s no surprise that the bulk of effort has not been initiated by the government, but rather IT companies operating within Egypt.
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