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By Reuters

ACTING VICE-PRESIDENT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN WORLD BANK, STEEN JORGENSEN, SPEAKING TO AUDIENCE (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) ACTING VICE-PRESIDENT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN WORLD BANK, STEEN JORGENSEN, SAYING: "As our school systems are receiving massive levels of participation, concerns about quality intensify, above and beyond simply reducing inefficiency, Arab education systems face today a triple challenge, raising student achievements in basic education, expanding secondary and tertiary education to address the implications of the youth bulge while, at the same time, improving general quality and third responding to an evolving labour market which is now driven by forces in the greater global knowledge economy." AUDIENCE VARIOUS OF DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF ARAB LEAGUE EDUCATIONAL, CULTURAL & SCIENTIFIC ORGANISATION (ALESCO), MOHAMMED AL-AZIZ BEN ASHOUR, SPEAKING TO AUDIENCE (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF ALESCO, MOHAMMED AL-AZIZ BEN ASHOUR, SAYING: "We must try to look for new methods that take into account the qualities, capabilities and skills of the youth. It's not necessary to consider there is only one path, which is the path of a general education thatwith a degree through higher education. This has led to problems today in the Arab world with unemployment for those who have higher education degrees. We must try, with the co-operation of Arab ministries, to find new methods, especially technical, technological education and apprenticeships. We need to elevate these types of educational achievements in the eyes of the people and society as a whole, so we can become like developed European countries, and Germany in particular, where apprenticeships are not viewed by people as a lower form of education." AUDIENCE LISTENING TO SPEAKER DURING CONFERENCE ASHOUR SPEAKING ON PODIUM / PANEL LISTENING VARIOUS OF ARAB MINISTERS LISTENING SPEAKER ADDRESSING CONFERENCE (SOUNDBITE) (English) MOURAD EZZINE, WORLD BANK EDUCATION SECTOR MANAGER FOR MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA (MENA), SAYING: "There was huge progress since the 1960s in the Arab world in general, and coverage for basic education is universal virtually everywhere. We have two countries which have different conditions from the rest of the region, which are Yemen and Djibouti and they still have quite a long way to go towards universal basic education but elsewhere, the countries are there or almost there and they will be meeting the Millennium Development Goals". QATARI EDUCATION MINISTER AL-MAHMOUD IN CONFERENCE ARAB EDUCATION MINISTERS IN CONFERENCE EXTERIOR OF HOTEL WHERE CONFERENCE TAKING PLACE CLOSE OF QATAR AND CANADA FLAGS
Dateline: 2010

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