ISTANBUL: ARAB NEWS
Monday 16 July 2012
Last Update 16 July 2012 4:26 pm
Prince Faisal bin Abdullah, minister of education, has discussed with his Turkish counterpart Omer Dincer the ways of enhancing cooperation between the two nations in numerous fields to meet development demands in youth education.
The prince said his meeting with the Turkish minister comes as an extension of the long relations between the two countries in different fields.
He stressed on the importance of providing education to young men and women, saying youth are the real future of the nations.
"There are many aspects of cooperation that the two countries can develop and there will be more mutual visits to promote cooperation," said Prince Faisal.
The Turkish minister demonstrated the development of the Turkish education through many projects most importantly 'Al-Fateh' project, which uses smart whiteboards linked to students computers. This project provides materials easily to students and makes learning process interesting for them.
The Turkish project also provides links to curriculums and opens communication between students' families and schools through an assessment process.
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