High-Quality Education Crucial in Globalized World, Education Ministry Undersecretary Says

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Doha, August 07 (QNA) - Undersecretary of Ministry of Education and Higher Education Dr Ibrahim bin Saleh Al Nuaimi stressed Tuesday that the quality of teachers is the main determinant of success in educating students.
Al Nuaimi noted that teachers are an invaluable part of the educational process, and that they play a key role in realizing the ministry's vision of providing high-quality education to the Qatari society. He added that teachers remain the cornerstone of education in Qatar, even after the phenomenal technological advancements in recent years and the impact it has on education.
He then stressed the commitment of the ministry to all of the teachers' professional and vocational needs. He highlighted the ministry's view that sees teachers as integral in providing high-quality education that yields highly-skilled labor. He was speaking during a meeting with new teachers signed by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education. Al Nuaimi noted that high-quality teachers became paramount in light of the acceleration of globalization.
He also congratulated the new teachers, and informed them that they ministry chose them after a meticulous process. He also told them that their work will be a cornerstone of realizing Qatar National Vision 2030 as they help prepare the new generations for the future.
He also called on teachers to adhere to the institutional values of innovation, excellence, participation, transparency, accountability, and similarly, good morals, adherence to professional educational standards, and continuous development and self-learning through the study of modern trends in educational and teaching methods.
The Ministry signed 450 teachers in various scientific disciplines and is currently providing them with the necessary training to ensure. They have been divided into two groups, with the first group of 245 players receiving their training now. The remainder will follow. (QNA)