Education Ministry

Minister of Education Musa Al-Maqrif pledged to work on reforming educational programs and updating curricula in Libya, developing teachers, and enhancing their teaching and digital education skills. 

The Minister's remarks came during his address before the National Committee for Education, Culture, and Science at the Maghreb Regional Forum on Digital Transformation in Education in Tunisia.

The event convened under the auspices of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the Tunisian Ministry of Education.

The Minister of Education unveiled several reforms initiated by the ministry to promote safe and healthy schools, learning for sustainable development, digital transformation, and education financing.

He briefed the gathering on the ministry's programs, such as launching the school feeding project in cooperation with the World Food Programme and issuing regulations to benefit students with special needs, including integration, facilitation, and an appropriate study and examination system. 

Additionally, the Minister emphasized efforts to activate e-learning programs while creating a sustainable digital transformation.

He reaffirmed the ministry's commitment to reforming educational programs, developing curricula focusing on environmental concepts and climate change, life skills, 21st-century skills, entrepreneurship, education, and the green economy to achieve the fourth Sustainable Development Goal by 2030.

In conclusion, Al-Maqrif emphasized the ministry's commitment to investing in the continuous professional development of teachers through the approval of training programs in modern teaching methods, active learning strategies, digital education skills, and the issuance of regulatory regulations that define employment conditions.