Education in Arab Countries of the Near East: Egypt, Iraq, Palestine, Transjordan, Syria, Lebanon

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CONTENTS
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FOREWORD BY GEORGE F. ZOOKv
PREFACEvii
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONSxvii
LIST OF CHARTSxix
LIST OF TABLESxxi
PART ONE: EGYPT
1. ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM3
The Ministry of Education4
Provincial Educational Administration13
Educational Finance15
Educational Legislation 21
The Educational Ladder 23
Recent Trends27
Growth and Status of Education in Egypt33
2. PUBLIC EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN BELOW SECONDARY-SCHOOL AGE40
Kuttabs40
Compulsory Half-Day Schools40
Elementary Schools41
Schools for the Memorization of the Koran45
Rural Elementary Schools45
Nursery Schools46
Kindergartens46
Primary Schools49
3. SECONDARY AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION57
The Program of Studies in Secondary Schools58
The Girls Colleges63
Secondary-School Examinations64
Vocational and Technical Education66
4. HIGHER EDUCATION AND EDUCATIONAL MISSIONS71
Fuad I University72
Faruq I University85
Progress in Higher Education87
Higher Institute of Agriculture88
Higher School of Finance and Commerce89
Higher School of Fine Arts89
Educational Missions89
5. INSTITUTIONS FOR TEACHER TRAINING95
Training School for Elementary Teachers95

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