The educational sector in Deir ez-Zor province is witnessing notable progress with regards to the number of rehabilitated schools and the supply of practical equipment, which is part of the framework of efforts exerted by the Government for improving the situation in the educational sector in the province.
About 268 schools have been put into service and they have been supplied with the required teaching staff and the needs of the educational process.
Touring a number of schools in Deir ez-Zor to inspect the process of rehabilitation, Education Minister Imad al-Azib was briefed on the progress of the educational process of the schools in the town of of al-Jafra town in the Deir ez-Zor countryside, which started to receive students after the building’s rehabilitation and after being supplied with the educational tools and teaching cadres.
Minister Azib also visited al-Mutafawiqin Secondary School in Deir ez-Zor and al-Furat Secondary School, which is considered the oldest school in the province and he inspected the process of rehabilitating Sati’ al-Husary Secondary school in the liberated neighborhood of al-Hamidyia.
The Minister said that the visit comes within the framework of the directives and plans of the Government, which considers the educational process one of its priorities.
The head of the Deir ez-Zor Education Directorate said that, “The educational process in Deir ez-Zor is going well, with the number of the opened schools reaching up to 268 across the province and they accommodate 100,500 students. This number is continually increasing as the locals are returning to their cities and villages that have been liberated from terrorism.”
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