Prime Minister: The slogan of the next phase is economic growth led by the issued and the development of the foundation of education
Prime Minister, Mutaz Mousi Abdullah, stressed that the next stage is the economic development led by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Education. The Ministry of Education aims to develop curricula in accordance with the objectives of the comprehensive educational process in the upbringing of students.
This came during his visit on Monday, October 15, 2018 to the Ministry of Education and General accompanied by the Minister of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Mr. Ahmed Saad Omar and Minister of State Council of Ministers, Mr. Tarek Haj Ali and the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers. Omar Mohammed Saleh.
Concerning the educational peace, Mr. Prime Minister called for the first six years of the basic stage to be named after the addition of a ninth academic year in accordance with the recommendations of the National Education Conference for 2012 which was to be divided into (6 + 3) Basically, the other three years should be labeled as medium, while maintaining that there is no transition exam from the basic to the intermediate stage, rather it is a normal transition from one class to another.
Mr. Moataz Moussa pointed out that there should be a law for the curricula and textbook through which the specifications are developed centrally and not left to voluntary and private interventions and there is a central government in this regard, calling for the need to care about training and building the scientific, the society.
The Minister of Education pointed out that the Prime Minister directed the National Information Center to make the necessary arrangements to launch a computerization program for all Sudanese curricula in electronic form, and to provide Internet service and networking with the states. Pointing out his support for the program to erase illiteracy and remove all the obstacles that face it.
The Prime Minister has started his visit to the Ministry of Education and General to stand on the performance of the performance of the General Directorate of the Sudanese certificate examinations and the Educational Information Center and inspected the proposed location of the building of the National Center for Teacher Training.