Improving education quality project started
A five-day training course in the context of improving the quality of education in Iraq was held for some teachers.
The project began on June 25 and is being sponsored by the British Council, along with the Iraqi Ministry of Education of Iraq and the KRG, as well as the EU. Dllshad Abdulla, deputy director general of institutions in the MoE said, “The course is being taught by expert trainers and will take five days.”
He added, “The participants will become educational leaders, training teachers and educational methods.”
Tara Bahadin in the British Council said, “The project considers training courses as very important, along with raising educational leaders, sports leaders, and professional teachings.”
Brzo Abdulqadir, educational advisor of the British Council said, “Educational leaders in Iraq and Kurdistan are inventive and skilled. It’s time to improve their skills and make them educational leaders.”