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Exam cancelled after question attacks NSF | Egypt Independent

Exam cancelled after question attacks NSF | Egypt Independent | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

The Ministry of Education has announced it will postpone an Arabic language exam in an Alexandria preparatory school after part of the exam allegedly included a part ordering students to describe the National Salvation Front as “thieves.”

 

Ministry spokesperson Mohamed al-Serougy said that the teacher giving the exam had been disciplined and banned from giving exams for five years. Serougy added that the ministry had instructed teachers not to ask political questions on exams or embroil students in political conflicts.

The Facebook page “I am sorry Mr. President,” dedicated to former President Hosni Mubarak, published a copy of the exam, which was given to second preparatory class students in the Abees School of Alexandria.

 

More on:http://www.egyptindependent.com/news/exam-cancelled-after-question-attacks-nsf

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Intel and Education Ministry agree to distribute 20 million computer tablets

Intel and Education Ministry agree to distribute 20 million computer tablets | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Ahmed al-Zaghbi, director of marketing development for Intel in Egypt, stated that sales for computer tablets have recently experienced growth rates of nearly 20%

 

The computer technology company Intel reached an agreement with the Ministry of Education to distribute 20 million educational computer tablets to users throughout Egypt. A recent study conducted by the company found that worldwide an additional 216 million users would seek to purchase educational computer tablets throughout 2013.

Ahmed al-Zaghbi, director of marketing development for Intel in Egypt, stated that sales for computer tablets have recently experienced growth rates of nearly 20%, with recent surveys conducted by the company estimating that at least 133 million users planned to purchase tablets in 2013, but that number could be expected to increase to 216 million.

 

More on:  http://www.dailynewsegypt.com/2013/03/11/intel-and-education-ministry-agree-to-distribute-20-million-computer-tablets/

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