Source: Egyptian Institute for Studies
Author(s): Amgad Hamdi
The policies adopted by the Egyptian regime have contributed to the declining performance and outputs of the Egyptian educational system, which led to the low ranking of Egypt on the international indices in this regard.
The main causes that have led to deterioration of the educational process in Egypt include: the limited role of the Minister, the poor allocations for education, the low salaries of teachers, the students’ dropout from education, the over-crowdedness of classrooms, and the government’s tolerance of the phenomenon of private tuition.
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