'We are keen to compensate for educational losses, respond to all developments': Education Minister

Jordan

Published: 2021-07-01 13:59

Last Updated: 2021-07-25 01:23


'We are keen to compensate for educational losses, respond to all developments': Education Minister
'We are keen to compensate for educational losses, respond to all developments': Education Minister

The Minister of Education, Muhammad Abu Qdais, affirmed Thursday the ministry's keenness to compensate for educational losses and to respond to all global and local developments through the institutionalization of a national strategy for continuing education in emergencies.

During his participation in an online conference, Abu Qdais explained the ministry's continuous endeavors to develop the educational sector to ensure equal and quality-based access to all students in the Kingdom.

Abu Qdais referred to the efforts made by the Jordanian government represented by the Ministry of Education during the previous years to improve the quality of educational services for all ages and levels, based on its belief in the right of everyone to education, regardless of their nationalities or their mental or physical state.

During the conference, Abu Qdais presented the Jordanian experience in the field of education and the Ministry of Education's strategy in its fields of early education and childhood development, access and equality, system support, quality, human resources, and vocational education and the objectives associated with these areas.

He stressed the ministry's keenness to compensate for educational losses, respond to learning poverty, psychosocial support and community awareness to mobilize support and participate in the educational process and adapt to all educational means and public health requirements.

He also indicated the ministry's readiness to provide its educational expertise to Palestine, to support it in its quest to develop its educational system.

The conference, which came in cooperation between the Palestinian Ministry of Education and UNESCO, aims to identify the successes and challenges associated with the Palestinian education system, and its ability to respond to the changes, in addition to identifying regional and international strategies and experiences.