The Ministry of Education said Monday it is considering a project presented by law professor Souad Salem Abu Saad for developing legal education in Libya that aims to promote a paradigm shift in the educational, research, and legal training strategy in Libya.
According to a statement by the Ministry on Facebook, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education for Authority Affairs, Centers, and Higher Education Affairs Dr. Muhammad Abu Bakr and Dr. Siham bin Khalifa, managing director of the ministry's departments were briefed on the project and voiced their support and appreciation to the efforts put in this initiative.
The project is based on the idea of reforming the educational process by keeping pace with the technological developments in this area and to institute innovative methods to deliver lectures by using modern techniques, in addition, to focus on developing the "thinking skills" in the light of legal principles.
Dr. Muhammad Abu Bakr stressed that the ministry would spare no effort to support ideas and projects that would serve development and progress.
For his part, Dr. Ayman Al-Qumati, Undersecretary for Higher Education Affairs affirmed that the initiative coincides with the general thrust of the ministry in supporting innovation and enhancing creative culture in a way that contributes to developing the educational and training process.