Comprehensive plans for the advancement of education and higher education
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As part of the strategic projects of the government of Prime Minister Muhammad Shayaa al-Sudani, the advisory office of the Prime Minister for Education revealed comprehensive plans to advance the reality of education and higher education in the country in cooperation between the two ministries and the concerned committees in the House of Representatives. These plans designed to achieve international standards include material aspects related to university and school facilities and buildings. both, and others that are intangible and related to the curricula, methods and methods of education, teaching and preparing the teacher and university professor, as well as appointing thousands of holders of higher degrees and launching the “Study in Iraq” program to restore the prestigious historical status of Iraqi universities. Adnan Al-Sarraj, Advisor to the Prime Minister for Education, said in an interview with Al-Sabah:
He noted that "there are complete and strategic studies to advance the educational reality in Iraq through many projects, especially with regard to facilities, teachers, curricula and university professors, and work to develop capabilities to keep pace with the technological development taking place in the countries of the world."
Al-Sarraj affirmed that "the recent approach of the Parliamentary Education Committee came in line with the advisory office of the Prime Minister for Education and the work of the education team formed by Al-Sudani, and it is hoped that the strategic advisors committee that it set soon will end in order to maintain scientific sobriety."
For his part, the President of Al-Mustansiriya University, Dr. Hamid Fadel Al-Tamimi, said in an interview with "Al-Sabah": "The directives and assurances are continuing to develop plans and strategies to advance the reality of higher education, and perhaps the first signs of these steps began in an attempt to enhance the academic reputation of Iraqi universities, by launching The program (Study in Iraq) is an attempt to restore Iraqi universities as a starting point for students of other countries, particularly students of Arab countries.
He pointed out that "the steps seem more serious, and we hope to witness a different reality for higher education during the coming period," and indicated that "this particular year witnessed the appointment of more than 2,000 professors holding doctorates, and during the past two days more than 8,000 thousand holders of master's degrees were appointed." This is one of the realistic steps for the advancement of higher education. Al-Tamimi added, "There are plans related to the increasing number of middle school graduate students with regard to education as well, as the trend is to create new universities on solid foundations that take into account very much the sobriety of education, and that they are compatible with the indicators of (UNESCO) and international institutions concerned with higher education."
Meanwhile, a member of the Parliamentary Higher Education Committee, Firas Al-Maslamawi, revealed that the committee is preparing a "plan to develop education in Iraq in cooperation with the Parliamentary Education Committee," noting that "advanced cadres will be hosted in the ministries of higher education and education, and even education in the Shiite and Sunni endowments to unify the vision clear and stable in Iraq.
He added, "We have a plan to benefit from experiences, whether in the region or the world, by hosting experts, advisors, and the target classes of education by listening to students and professors and creating a scientific environment in what is called (the university environment).
And he indicated that "also at the level of education, we are following this file, given that the outputs of education are the inputs of higher education, and also in order to draw up a clear plan for education, and we have been instructed through meetings and hosts of the two ministries to have clarity that preserves the educational process and maintains scientific sobriety and gives An impetus for the Iraqi martyrdom."
Edited by: Muhammad Al-Ansari
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