The Education Curriculum Centre says that about 40% of the textbooks are ready in the Ministry of Education's stores and that the procedures for bringing the rest of the quantities are going well, ensuring that the textbook will be available to all students at the beginning of the school year.

This came in a meeting at the Cabinet Office that included Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, the Minister of Education, Musa al-Maqrif, and directors of the educational facilities authority, the national examination center, and the curriculum centre.

Dbeibah pushed for giving the students a full mark to questions in which errors occurred or were unclear. For his part, the Minister of Education outlined the procedures for preparing questions, distributing committees, and conducting examinations.

The attendees also reviewed the steps adopted by the Ministry of Education to conduct the exams for the preparatory and secondary certificates, the difficulties that students faced, the observations of parents, and the follow-up of the ministry's steps for the beginning of the 2022-2023 school year.