The Director-General of the Quality Assurance Center at the Ministry of Education, Muhammad Nouri Al-Atouq" has discussed with a panel from the Cambridge Institute for International Education aspects of cooperation and support for developing education strategies and upgrading standards of teachers and school heads.
According to the Ministry of Education on Facebook, the meeting which took place on Tuesday, was attended by the senior educational advisor in the Middle East and North Africa, Danadin Tarazi, and director of the Professional Development, Qualifications and Education Department at Cambridge Corporation, Sarah Turner.
The participants reviewed the evaluation of the school curriculum in Libya, including foreign schools teaching (Cambridge Curriculum), as well as upgrading the capabilities of teachers.
They also discussed the proposals made by the Minister of Education after his meeting with the Executive Director of the Cambridge Foundation for International Education last January, in London.
The meeting concluded that a proposal to be prepared by the Institution for Training of Trainers (TOT) by the end of May in order to create expert trainees to undertake in-country training.