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Changing Education to Conform With Democracy
Changing Education to Conform With Democracy
As Egypt moves through its transition into a free democratic nation, it is now setting to work with the aim of removing about 20 percent of educational material in the country's school curricula.
Thursday, March 10,2011 17:15
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As Egypt moves through its transition into a free democratic nation, it is now setting to work with the aim of removing about 20 percent of educational material in the country's school curricula.

The changes will take place in each subject and all grades and will largely include content related to the former ruling National Democratic Party and its achievements with a focus on historical accuracy.

The culmination of the January 25th Revolution was the removal of a dictator and his cronies that had come to symbolize stagnation and corruption. These events should not be underestimated and efforts should now be exerted to teach the rights and responsibilities of citizenship to school children and the unprecedented glory and success of the January 25th Revolution in a bid to instill national pride and self-esteem in the youth. Young people should know that this is just the beginning and that the wheels of change turn continuously and require their sincere involvement in the political process. Forming the nature of the relationship between citizen and state has yet to be determined and will be established by today's youth who will inherit the legacy of this revolution.

tags: NDP / Corruption / Democracy in Egypt / Egyptian Democracy / Mubarak Regime / Egypt / 25 January / Political Process / Democratic Nation / National Democratic Party / Egyptian Revolution / 25 January / Political Process
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