دقيقتان مع الدكتور يحيى: أفكار للنهوض بالشعوب العربية ضمن مشروع نهضوي للعرب.
Two Minutes With Dr. Yahya: series of articles in the Process of Philosophy of the Arab Manifesto on nation Building.
ضمن مقالات فلسفة المشروع العربي
The Philosophy of the Arab Manifesto
لقطات حول التربية في العالم العربي /4
للدكاترة : حسن يحيى المجدلاوي
Snapshots On Education in the Arab World/4
Hasan Yahya, Ph.ds
Looking now at literacy in the Arab region, we find some of the world’s lowest adult literacy rates, with only 60% of the region’s population of 15 and over able to read and to write in 2000, well below the world average of 80% and the developing country average of 73.6%. Gender disparity in literacy is severe. Women account for nearly two-thirds of the region’s illiterates, a figure not expected to change much by 2015. Gender gaps are particularly large in almost all Arab countries, in Algeria, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen and the Gulf states.
Despite the challenges that the region is facing in achieving quality education , there is also good news to report. Governments in the Arab region show a strong economic and political commitment to education to join the international community. ( 152 words) To be continued/5
@Hasan Yahya, Michigan, April 2012
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