• Education

    OBG reports on the increasing emphasis placed by developing countries on education, in particular privatisation programmes and incentives for international private education investment. Details include number of schools and universities, enrolment and literacy rates, government expenditure and targets.
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Le recours à des outils d’apprentissage électroniques et d’enseignement télévisuel devrait contribuer à remédier à certains des problèmes de capacité qui freinent depuis des années le développement du secteur de l’enseignement supérieur en Algérie, en améliorant l’accès aux programmes et en facilitant l’apprentissage à distance.

 

Evolving rapidly over a short period, education and training play a key role in Oman’s long-term development plans. From three schools in the country prior to 1970, the sultanate’s general education sector has expanded to include 1647 public, special education, private and international schools, with a total of 724,395 pupils, including...

 

ICT is viewed by the Omani government as essential to improving the quality of education. The Ministry of Education (MoE) employs a comprehensive set of recommendations for technology-assisted instruction across the entire national curriculum at all grades and levels of education.

 

In what ways can the practical knowledge of students at Oman’s universities be developed?

Chapter | Education & Training from The Report: Oman 2017

Evolving rapidly over a short period, education and training play a key role in Oman’s long-term development plans. From three schools in the country prior to 1970, the sultanate’s general education sector has expanded to include 1647 public, special education, private and international schools, with a total of 724,395 pupils, including kindergarteners and preschoolers. Enrolment is compulsory...

Despite ongoing economic pressures associated with the drop in oil prices, Oman’s diversification strategy and efforts to enhance wider revenue streams are beginning to bear fruit, as witnessed by continued growth in the non-oil sector despite dropping incomes and wider regional instability.