KUNA: Kuwait ‘hungry’ for closer educational ties with Gulf Arabs – Minister – Education

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Kuwait’s Minister of Education, Dr. Ali Al-Mudhaf

RIYADH, May 8 (KUNA) — Kuwaiti Education Minister Dr. Ali Al-Mudhaf said on Sunday he was “looking forward” to establishing closer relations with his counterparts across the Arab Gulf region. , with the aim of setting in motion a series of educational reforms.
“I am here to familiarize myself with some of the success stories seen in the education sector in the Gulf Arab region,” the Kuwaiti minister told KUNA on the sidelines of a global education conference in the Saudi capital, saying that the meeting was crucial for plans to further develop the education sector as a whole.
Echoing the Minister’s sentiments, Dr. Jasem Al-Ostath, Deputy Head of Academic Services, Public Authority for Applied Education and Training, Kuwait, underscored that the event was a chance to achieve common goals. .
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has left education systems around the world in tatters, he said it was imperative to continue education reforms for the sake of students whose academic careers had been damaged. disrupted by the epidemic.
More than 200 global education bodies have gathered for the talks in Riyadh, which will shed light on some of the most perennial challenges hampering education development. (Resume Previous) mdm.nam

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