dateTuesday, 12 December, 2023
time6 PM

Education reform has increasingly become a top political priority in most countries, as education is thought to be the solution to social and economic challenges. While some of these reforms were successful, others had no impact at all and ended in failure. In the past two decades, Kuwait has continuously attempted to reform its education system, aiming to shift its economy toward a knowledge-based economy by improving the skill sets of its human capital. However, these attempts ended with failure. This talk aims to explain the causes behind the failures and to highlight the challenges in reforming the education system in Kuwait.

Article about this lecture in Kuwait Times

Dr Ibrahim Alhouti is Assistant Professor of Comparative Politics of Education in the College of Education of Kuwait University.

The Lecture is hybrid

Room N4-002 GUST

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