In pictures: First electronic classroom opened in Mosul

2018-12-04
  Ali Ayad- Ninewa For the first time, a digitalized classroom has been opened in one of Ninewa province’s schools. Sami al-Fadhli, Ninewa directorate of education’s media director, speaking to (KirkukNow), said, “The directorate had organized a training course for the teaching staff of al-Sanadid elementary school for girls before it opened this electronic classroom.” He stressed that the opening of more digitalized classrooms are planned in other schools across the province. Meanwhile, al-Fadhli indicated that six schools have been rehabilitated in Zummar area, within the ministry of Education’s ongoing efforts to revive the education sector in areas recaptured from the Islamic State terrorist group.
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