Paris, SANA- Syrian educational delegation participated remotely in the first UNESCO conference on education Data and statistic, held in Paris.
The delegation presented the Ministry of Education’s plan in the field of digital statistics and the transition to distance education, ways of addressing current conditions and the impact of unilateral coercive measures on the educational process.
The Syrian delegation was headed by deputy minister of Education for Educational Affairs, Dr. Rami al-Dhuli, and it also included the Permanent Representative of Syria to UNESCO in Paris, Dr. Louay Falouh, and the Head of the Social Statistics Department at the Central Bureau of Statistics, Manal Hammoud.
The conference included sessions on using technology to collect, analyze and distribute educational data, and an educational robot supported by a database from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics was announced.
Fedaa al-Rohayiah / Mazen Eyon