APA Fights Corruption in Education Sector

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APA Fights Corruption in Education Sector

Monday, 05 September 2016


Counselor /Aly Rizk President of Administrative Prosecution Authority ordered to refer a number of officials from different sectors at the Ministry of Education to the competent Prosecutions, regarding what was published in some daily newspapers concerning the negligence and corruption of the educational process in a number of schools in various parts of the Republic
As APA monitored what was published in one of the daily newspapers under the headline “El Hasar School. . . encircled by negligence “where the article stated that the roof of Bilal Bin Rabah Primary School located at Arab El Hasar – Giza Governorate is completely worn out and is threatened to collapse over the students.
This was the same complaint of villagers from Governorate which was published under the headline “Residents of El-Amarna Village at Sohag Governorate warn of the collapse of schools over the students”, as the article included that the residents of Tell el-Amarna village affiliated to El Balyana Area at Sohag governorate have a disaster that threatens the safety of preparatory school students in the village because of the worn out walls which are about to fall.
APA Also monitored another article stating that residents of El Insha Village converted the village’s occasions hall to classes after the closure of the primary school in the village for renewal since a year without being completed.
Also APA President referred the incident of inadequacy of the education facility at Halayeb and Shalateen to investigation after revealing that the residents at Halayeb and Shalateen valleys overcame the problem of not having identification papers through establishing small school classes made of wooden kiosks called “Khalawi” where they learn how to read and write on wooden planks according to what was published in the newspapers under the headline “ Khalawi alternative school for Halayeb and Shalateen students with weekly one pound school feels”
APA Fights Corruption in Education Sector