Egypt: Cabinet - Egypt's Education Rankings Improved in 2021

The cabinet's media center said the State seeks to develop the education system and overcome several challenges it faces; according to an ambitious plan that aims to raise the efficiency of schools, integrate modern technology into the education process, as well as to revamp curricula and adopt new education systems that work on developing students' skills.

This came in a report published by the media center, including infographs that highlight the outcome of the pre-university education sector.

The report pointed out that Egypt jumped 11 places in the pre-university education sector as part of the Global Knowledge Index. It was ranked 72nd in the 2021 report, compared to the 83rd position in the previous year.

Egypt also advanced three positions in the education ranking issued by US News, in which it came 39th in the 2021 report, compared to 42nd in the 2020 report.

The report noted that Egypt moved up 12 places in the technical education and vocational training index within the Global Knowledge Index. It came 68th in the 2021 report compared to 80th in the 2020 report.


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