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Al-Mahrami urges doubling efforts to improve educational process
[14/03/2024 07:43]

Member of the Presidential Leadership Council Abdulrahman al-Mahrami emphasized the need to improve the education sector within the available possibilities.

He urged the leadership of the Ministry of Education to double their efforts in developing and enhancing the educational process, considering it as the foundation for the advancement of any society.

During his meeting with the Minister of Education, Tariq al-Akbari on Thursday here, al-Mahrami highlighted the significant importance given by the Presidential Council to the education file, as it is a strategic approach for the state in building human capital.

He emphasized the focus on identifying and nurturing talented individuals and prodigies, as they are the true assets of the nation and the driving force towards progress.

Al-Mahrami listened to a comprehensive explanation from the Minister of Education regarding the progress of the educational process, the difficulties and obstacles it faces, the education development plans, and the ministry's efforts to address challenges in various areas related to the education sector in the temporary capital of Aden and the liberated provinces, as well as eliminating their causes.

Al-Mahrami stressed the need to intensify efforts to overcome all the difficulties facing the educational process through coordination with relevant governmental and union entities, while preserving the rights of teachers and meeting their legitimate demands, as well as ensuring that students are not deprived of their right to education.

He affirmed the readiness of the Presidential Council to contribute to addressing these imbalances and commended the efforts made by the Ministry of Education despite the limited resources.

For his part, the Minister of Education expressed his appreciation for the continuous support of Member of the Presidential Council al-Mahrami to the ministry's leadership and his efforts to find solutions to all the problems facing the ministry, helping it overcome the challenges facing the educational process.

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