Egyptian education reforms shock clerics

Hammond, Andrew
September 1998
Middle East;Sep98, Issue 282, p13
States that the Egyptian parliament pass an amendment to the Azhar Law of 1961 that reduces the secondary school system from four to three years. Criticism against this amendment; Assessment of the Azhar education system; Comments made by Skeikh of Azhar, Mohammed Al Sayed Tantawi.


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