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Survey of ICT and Education in Africa : Egypt Country Report

ACADEMIC YEAR ACCESS TO SERVICES ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY ADSL ADULTS AFFORDABLE COST AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION ANIMATION AUTOMATION AVAILABILITY OF MATERIALS BACKBONE BASIC EDUCATION BASIC KNOWLEDGE BASIC LITERACY BRAIN DRAIN BROADBAND BROADCAST BUSINESS SECTOR CALL CENTER CAPABILITIES CAPACITY-BUILDING CAREERS CD-ROMS CDROMS CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE CERTIFICATE CIVIL SOCIETY COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT COMPUTER LITERACY COMPUTER TRAINING COMPUTERS CONNECTIVITY CURRICULA CURRICULUM DECISION MAKING DISTANCE LEARNING DISTANCE TRAINING DOMAINS E-LEARNING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION DATA EDUCATION FINANCE EDUCATION FOR ALL EDUCATION FOR WOMEN EDUCATION REFORM EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT EDUCATIONAL SERVICES EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS ELEARNING ELECTRONIC MAIL EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ENABLING ENVIRONMENT EQUIPMENT ETHNIC GROUPS EXAMS EXPERIENCED TEACHERS EXPERIMENTAL SCHOOLS FACULTIES FEMALE TEACHERS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FOREIGN INVESTMENT FORMAL SCHOOLING GENDER DISPARITIES GENDER EQUITY GENERAL POPULATION GENERAL PUBLIC GIRLS GLOBAL LEARNING GOVERNMENT SERVICES GRADUATION RATES GRAPHICS HIGHER EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN RESOURCE HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCES ICT ILLITERACY ILLITERACY ERADICATION ILLITERACY RATES INFORMATION SOCIETY INFORMATION SYSTEM INFORMATION SYSTEMS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY INNOVATION INNOVATIONS INSTALLATION INTERACTIVE LEARNING INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS INVENTIONS ISPS KINDERGARTEN KNOWLEDGE CREATION LEARNING MATERIAL LEARNING MATERIALS LESSON PLANS LEVEL OF ILLITERACY LEVELS OF EDUCATION LITERACY LITERATURE MARKETING MATERIAL MATHEMATICS MINISTRIES OF EDUCATION MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MULTIMEDIA NETWORKS NUMBER OF SCHOOL DROPOUTS NUMBER OF SCHOOLS NUMBER OF STUDENTS ONLINE NETWORK PACKET SWITCHING PC PCS POLICY FORMULATION PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAM PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PRIVATE SECTOR PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROFESSORS PROTOCOLS PUBLIC AGENCIES PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES QUALITY OF SERVICE RADIO REPEATERS RESEARCHERS RESULT RETENTION RETENTION RATES RURAL AREAS RURAL SCHOOLS SATELLITE SATELLITE TRANSMISSION SCHOOL CHILDREN SCHOOL CURRICULUM SCHOOL PROJECT SCHOOL STUDENTS SCHOOLS SEARCH SEARCH ENGINE SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOLS SERVICES TO USERS SITES SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SPECIAL EDUCATION SPECIAL NEEDS TEACHERS TEACHING TEACHING AID TEACHING AIDS TECHNICAL EDUCATION TECHNICAL INSTITUTES TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TELECOM TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE TELEPHONES TELEVISION TRAINING CENTRE TRAINING COURSES TRAINING INSTITUTES TRANSMISSION UNEMPLOYMENT RATE UNIVERSAL SERVICE UNIVERSITIES UNIVERSITY EDUCATION USERS VIDEO VIDEO CONFERENCE VIDEO-CONFERENCE WEB WEB SITE WEB SITES WIRELESS SERVICES YOUNG PEOPLE YOUTH
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Egypt, Arab Republic of
2012-08-13T12:40:31Z | 2012-08-13T12:40:31Z | 2007-06

This short country report, a result of larger Information for Development Program (infoDev)-supported survey of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in education in Africa, provides a general overview of current activities and issues related to ICT use in education in the country. Egypt faces significant challenges in harnessing its education system to promote its development plans. The government has articulated a vision of an information society in which widespread access to technology can nurture human capital, improve government services, promote Egyptian culture, and support economic growth, and the ICT sector has been targeted as a vehicle for this growth and social development. A national ICT policy has been adopted and is managed by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, of which education is one priority. The Egyptian education initiative, launched by the first lady, is a prominent result.

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