The schools will be implementing modern techniques fit for the 21st century student.
The Ministry of Education has announced on Sunday the government’s decision to open another 34 Japanese schools across 19 governorates in Egypt by September 22.
We already saw the launch of 45 schools in Egypt last July, and the results proved to be fruitful, as there were a total of 30,240 students enrolled. The schools in July also saw to catering 700 specialised teachers, trained by the government to ensure quality.
The teachers for the schools set to be opened this month will be receiving training from September 13.
The advantages of the Japanese schools include modern educational techniques, as opposed to the more traditional methods of teaching.
The Japanese schools will be popping up in the governorates of Cairo, Alexandria, Damietta, Dakahlia, Sharqiya, Qalyubiya, Gharbiya, Menoufia, Beheira, Ismailia, Giza, Beni Suef, Minya, Assiut, Qena, Awan, Red Sea, Matrouh, and South Sinai.
The school fees for each student are EGP 10,000.
Main image from Egyptian Streets.