And what is a better way to know more about the dynamics of education in Egypt than to listen to firsthand stories from people already on the scene? This is exactly what we were doing in the past month in class. Personally, it was indeed interesting to listen and meet with people from various backgrounds who each have their different visions on educational reforms. I was intrigued by each of their stories and every one of them gave me a new angle from which to consider the issue of education altogether.
Because I did not take extensive notes during the talks, my feedback may not be as inclusive. However, I will do my best to offer comments as useful as possible.
1.Yasser Youssif: I was interested in this talk because I wanted to know more about how he…
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