Kuwaiti delegation praises Qatar's experience in educational development
July 02 2022 11:13 PM
Kuwaiti delegation praises Qatar's experience in educational development


A high-level educational delegation from Kuwait, headed by Assistant Undersecretary for the Public Education Sector Osama Hussein Sultan Najim, has concluded a visit to Qatar, during which they were briefed on the Qatari experience in public education development.
Members of the delegation met senior Ministry of Education and Higher Education officials, and visited some educational institutions to learn about Qatar’s experiences and best practices in education development.
In a press statement, Najim praised the Qatari experience in education development, stressing that Qatar has achieved tangible successes and a great leap in the development of education, placing it in an advanced rank among international classifications in the field of education quality.
He added that the current visit to Qatar came with the aim of reviewing this rich experience, and studying the prospects for co-operation between Kuwait and Qatar in the educational aspect.
Najim attributed the quality of education in Qatar to several reasons, including the use of modern and advanced technological methods, adopting diversification of educational paths, attracting specialised and international schools and their role in raising the learner's receiving efficiency.
He lauded Qatar's interest in national identity and keenness to develop the spirit of scientific research among learners, and its use of local and international experiences in developing curricula and its integration with technological progress, and assigning local and international capabilities and competencies.
During the visit, the Kuwaiti delegation was briefed on the quality indicators of education in Qatar.
Assistant Undersecretary for Evaluation Affairs Khalid Abdullah al-Harqan gave an explanation about the system for measuring the quality of students’ academic achievement, and the system for assessing the quality of school performance in schools and kindergartens.
The delegation was also learned about Qatar's experience in the educational curriculum development project, and in the field of technical and vocational education and the advantages offered to students of specialised schools, namely technical and banking schools.
The visitors were also briefed on the Qatari experience with regard to early education policy, and the school readiness test that is applied in the preparatory stage to measure the readiness of pre-school students to join the first grade.
Members of the delegation met Assistant Undersecretary for Private Education Affairs Omar Abdul Aziz al-Naama, Director of Private Schools Affairs Rashid Ahmed al-Ameri, and a number of officials of the private education affairs sector in the ministry.

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