Date posted: March 22, 2013
Four Nigerien deputy ministers who are impressed by the Turkish schools operating in their country have come to Turkey to examine Turkish education system on site.
The delegation consisted of General Manager of Primary Education Yahamadou Tehamago Ali, Higher Education General Manager Ali Habu, Secondary Education General Manager Zahari Hima Barkire, Private Educational Institutions General Manager Yacouba Garba and Niger Bedir Turkish Schools Vice-General Manager Hamit Cinar. Following the first observations at private and public schools in Istanbul, the Nigerien delegation moved on to Bursa.
Having visited Private Nilufer Educational Institutions, the deputy ministers accompanied by Nilufer Institutions General Manager Al Dilitatli had breakfast at Private Rafet Kahraman Elementary School. Dilitatli said they were greatly happy to host the Nigerien delegation and went on to say Turkish schools worldwide have achieved notable successes. He also commented that the interest towards these schools and their education systems is of great importance.
Niger Bedir Turkish Schools Vice-General Manager Hamit Cinar underlined that the delegation is in Turkey to see and examine the education system in its place. They had visited both private and public schools in Istanbul and interacted with the officials. The deputy ministers also paid a visit to the director of education in the province Bursa.
Source: [in Turkish] Bugun, 20 March 2013. English translation is retrieved from HizmetMovement.Com
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