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Roadmap for Education Development Post COVID-19

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M. A. Zaki Ewiss

Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.

*Corresponding author: M. A. Zaki Ewiss


In this paper, a roadmap is proposed and introduced to support educational policies, plans, strategies, and practices in developing countries. The operational research approaches are used to identify and assess all academic activities and processes such as educational policies, educational settlement and equipment, educational curricula & courses, teaching methods, capacity building, funding & budgeting, and educational evaluation. The systematical academic performances (access, equity, quality, relevance, efficiency) will be considered, including the gaps and expectations of various stakeholders on education and training policy, evaluating the policy’s sufficiency and its implementation strategy feeling the current vision and the development perspectives of these countries. The proposed roadmap will serve as a tool or reference point for setting ambitious improvement goals. Building government education officials’ capacity increases the potential for improvement in numerous ways, as it provides a systematic approach to quality improvement by identifying new ideas and innovative approaches.


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Roadmap for Education Development Post COVID-19

How to cite this paper: M. A. Zaki Ewiss. (2021). Roadmap for Education Development Post COVID-19. The Educational Review, USA5(3), 57-69.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2021.03.005

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