Providing safe, healthy educational environments “Jordanian priority”: Minister, 3rd, final add
He referred to educational and labor institutions efforts to establish sustainable partnerships to develop curricula, exchange study programs, vocational training, and technical training for students and teachers.
Concluding his speech, Owais summarized risks facing Jordan with three emergencies: the Syrian crisis and its impact on refugee education, the novel coronavirus pandemic and the impact on children’s learning, and the climate crisis with the potential to affect Jordan’s future water security and development.
He reaffirmed Jordan’s readiness to continue working on implementing strategies to ensure that children and youth continue to learn regardless of future emergencies.
On the sidelines of the TES, Owais met with the Moroccan Minister of Education.
The two ministers discussed ways to develop joint cooperation in various fields, especially education, higher education, kindergarten and vocational education.
Source: Jordan News Agency