The Ministry of National Education expects to receive 413 educational institutions and 1,795 expansion departments, in addition to 587 school canteens and 86 semi-boarding rooms, in anticipation of the next school entry 2022-2023.
And the Ministry of National Education stated in a statement today, Wednesday, that the Minister of the Sector, Abdelhakim Belabed, confirmed, during a joint meeting with the Minister of Housing, Urbanism and the City, Tarek Belaribi, that they were brought together with the directors of education and directors of public equipment in the states through the technology of remote visual lectures, devoted to assessing the progress rate in the achievement The educational structures and facilities expected to be received with the next school entry, that “the education sector is expected to receive 413 educational institutions, including 268 primary schools, 85 middle schools, and 60 secondary schools, as well as 1,795 extension departments, in addition to 587 school canteens and 86 semi-boarding schools.”
The Minister indicated that the interests of the education and housing sectors are working to “follow up the work of completing these structures and deliver them on time”, noting that it was decided, by the way, to schedule an in attendance meeting with all directors of education and directors of public works for the states during the first half of next July to put “the final touches and stand on the All the preparations for that.
In the same context, Belabed praised the efforts made by the Ministry of Housing, Urbanism and the City for the benefit of the education sector regarding the preparation and construction of educational facilities, noting that it aims to “reduce the pressure experienced by some regions of the country, which are recording a growing number of residents, and therefore of schoolchildren.”
The meeting was an opportunity in which the two ministers followed up a presentation made by the Director General of Public Works on the total programmed accomplishments of school structures and facilities, while specifying the percentage of works progress and dates of readiness for delivery. The interventions of the directors of education and the directors of public equipment in some states were also listened to to present the status and pace of completion of the educational structures to be received in anticipation of school entry. Strict instructions were given to follow up on the rates of completion of these structures and the completion of works in all registered projects on time.