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Workshop on educational policy analysis and research in Arab countries

Sunday February 05, 2012 11:51:03 PM, IINA

Rabat: The Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) will hold a workshop for the officials of the Regional Network for Educational Policy Analysis and Research, in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, from 7 to 9 February 2012.

The workshop will take place in collaboration with the World Bank and the National Center for Human Resources Development in Jordan.

This workshop will be the last of the technical workshops organized over the past three years, as part of the regional network for educational policy analysis and research in the Arab region establishment project.

ISESCO’s co-organization of these workshops falls in line with its strategic vision and its efforts to help the Member States reform and improve their educational systems both on the structural and functional levels, so that those systems can keep abreast of the developments made in the education field, and meet the needs expressed in that area.

This final workshop will be dedicated to showcase the evaluation results of the relevant countries’ educational policies, discuss them with the officials, and endorse the establishment of the regional network for educational policy analysis and research to evaluate and improve educational policies in the Member States.

This workshop will be attended by delegates and representatives of ministries of education in Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates.

ISESCO will be represented in this workshop by Dr Ghassan Saleh, programmes specialist at ISESCO Regional Office in Sharjah.






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