Egyptian Education Reform (Consequences of poor education (Private…
Egyptian Education Reform
providing more than 1 teacher in class (finland)
more hands on learning
more activies to develop social/character development
providing proper teacher training (eg. south korea , estonia)
action research- teacher assessment and improvement
take more interest in forms of education which are more relevant to our daily lives
getting rid of that foreigner influence- level gap
5 year rotation cycle
Teachers are unprofessional (careless)
They are unqualified(don't have sufficient knowledge/skills)
Teaching strategies are passe
Teachers focus more on grades rather than developing intelligence/learn for life
Not enough teacher-student ratio
physical and verbal abuse as punishment
Influence of foreign countries
Based on memorizing
Kids are taught by fear not by respect
Learning for the sake of grades
way too advanced for their age group
Cluttered with information
Not focused on the basics
Lacks critical thinking
Lack of job prospects (once students graduate)
constantly changing curricula
Cambridge modifies its curriculum every 3 years
Lecture based system
Practical rather than theoretical knowledge
Hands on learning
Teaching students outside of the classroom (on trips like Newzealand)
The allocation of funds.
Lack of funds and resources in education system.
Only 5.4 Billion LE was allocated to purchasing educational requirements and services.
Only 7.7 Billion LE was allocated for educational investments.
Allocated funds to technology, when students didnt know how to use them.
Tablets were thrown into lockers and rarely used.
83% of funds were spent on salaries for Ministry of Education workers.
Teachers' salaries remained low.
There's a huge gap between senior management positions salaries and regular employees.
Large amount of funding went towards bonuses for high ranking officials.
Tuition fees in private schools were increasing tremendously.
They set up 27 RP (readership program) units focused on writing, reading, and listening skills in 27 governorates..
The pay gap between the high rank officials and employees should be decreased.
Consequences of poor education
Poorly qualified for their jobs
no designated future
dropping out of school
limited intellectual skills
undevelopment in the country's economy
Private tutoring became neccesary
20% of a a family's income
The gap between education levels in public and private schools