Red Sea State: starting academic year

Port Sudan – Sudan Events

An expanded meeting of the education sector departments – Red Sea State has reviewed challenges facing the sector, and the possibility of starting the school year in the state.
The acting Governor, Major Gen. Mustafa Mohamed Nour, who chaired the meeting today (Thursday), affirmed his keenness to see at their best the education process and teachers related requirements.
The Governor directed that schools in need of urgent maintenance be identified, and the shortage of seats and textbooks be handled.
He also directed that those displaced by the war be treated in a civilized manner befitting the treatment of state guests, and that they not be removed from schools until appropriate alternatives to shelter them are secured.
During the meeting, the Director General of the Education Sector reviewed the challenges facing the start of the school year, and sought to overcome them by focusing on addressing the issue of remaining teachers’ salaries, preparing schools and filling the shortage of seating and textbooks.
He affirmed the ministry is prepared and ready to accommodate displaced students in its schools.
The sector director expected to hold a joint meeting with organizations working in the field of education to reflect on their interventions for the beginning of the school year.

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