The review of educational curricula is carried out according to a “thought-out and precise” schedule.


Minister of National Education Abdelhakim Belabed during a public session in the National People’s Assembly devoted to oral questions

The Minister of National Education, Abdelhakim Belabed, confirmed on Thursday that the review of educational curricula is taking place according to a “studied and precise” calendar by the ministry to keep pace with rapid scientific and technological developments.

The Minister explained, during a public session in the National People’s Assembly devoted to oral questions, that this review “derives its legitimacy from the directive law for national education and from the general review of curricula and the reference guide for building approved curricula.”

In his response to a question related to reconsidering and reviewing educational curricula, Belabed added that the reconsideration of curricula takes place according to a “studied and precise” schedule by the ministry, noting that the National Program Council, which was installed in 2021, “has been working on reconsidering it since then.” “In educational programs to keep pace with the new phase that Algerian society is experiencing, as well as the rapid scientific and technological developments.”

In the same context, he stressed that the Ministry of National Education worked to “embody some of the commitments of the President of the Republic in this field by approving the teaching of the English language in the third year of primary school and sponsoring the practice of physical education and sports by professors specialized in primary education, in addition to reconsidering the educational evaluation system.” By adopting the assessment of gains in primary education, using digital boards to reduce the weight of the wallet, adopting the second version of the book, and a new timing network.”

On the other hand, in response to a question about the rehabilitation of the subjects of Islamic education and history in primary education and the restoration of the Islamic Sciences Division in the secondary stage, the minister said, “The reorganization of the secondary education stage within the framework of comprehensive reform of the educational system aims to adopt a structure that is in line with major global trends.” He considered that this situation “does not necessitate including the Islamic Sciences Division in this educational stage and making it a university major to which those wishing to pursue this study path can go.”

He mentioned, by the way, that the subject of Islamic education “is taught in the primary and middle education levels, and the subject of Islamic sciences is taught in the general and technological secondary stages, with its common roots and branches. Likewise, the subjects of history, Islamic education, and Islamic sciences for the secondary education stage are among the subjects in which students are examined in the intermediate and secondary education certificates.” “.

On a related topic, the Minister, in his comment on the concern of one of the representatives about the possibility of returning to the Baccalaureate in Islamic Sciences and Technical Sciences, stressed that the secondary education stage “provides learners with diverse study paths that allow for gradual specialization in various subjects in line with their abilities and choices to continue university studies, in addition to that Baccalaureate holders in various branches can register in training institutions affiliated with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in the field of forensic sciences.”

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