SANA'A November 23. 2022 (Saba) - His Excellency Field Marshal Mahdi Al-Mashat, Head of the Supreme Political Council, stressed the importance of linking sciences, knowledge and disciplines with the needs of development, and working on developing curricula to keep pace with scientific developments, including the humanities.
President Al-Mashat, in his speech today, on Wednesday, during the first national conference to develop curricula and diversify educational paths, which was delivered on his behalf by a member of the Supreme Political Council, Ahmed Al-Rahwi, blessed the holding of this conference, which comes 8 years after the brutal US-Saudi aggression against the Yemeni people, whose main goals were to destroy the educational process, targeting schools and cutting teachers' salaries.
He pointed out that the Yemeni people presented, during 8 years of aggression, the brightest examples of cooperation and solidarity between the people and the state, so male and female teachers continued their role in education, and citizens played their supportive role to prove to everyone that education is a shared responsibility between the state and the citizen.
President Al-Mashat said, "It has become clear through experience that there is no development or advancement for any people or state except when education is the highest priority. Indeed, knowledge is an important condition for succession in the land. Life cannot be built in a way that shows God's greatness and wisdom except by benefiting from science and derived knowledge." From the Holy Qur’an as a basic and main source of knowledge, science and culture, it establishes for us the correct starting points through which we walk in the various knowledge of life’s affairs.
He added, "We cannot achieve political independence, economic independence, and independence in our reality as a nation, if we do not achieve cultural and intellectual independence."
President Al-Mashat continued, "We are today in an era where the logic of domination in the world is based on sophistication and economic independence, and there are models of countries that have moved from rock bottom to top with the help of their children, which requires an effective educational system that provides science that meets the requirements of the times and preserves the identity and independence of peoples."
He also indicated that the enemies focus on targeting the young generation and the youth, as they are the present and future of the nation and the pillar of its strength, indicating that part of this war is keen to change the curricula in accordance with the American and Zionist mood, deleting the verses of jihad, deflecting the compass of hostility, and presenting the enemies as friends and seeded with misconceptions.
President Al-Mashat, "We are keen, through the first national conference to develop the curriculum and diversify the educational paths, to come up with a modern and advanced educational curriculum in which work and application are inseparable from education, and that its main goals with which the Yemeni student is associated are large and inclusive goals that build for us a strong, invincible, civilized Yemen capable of protecting its sovereignty." And his independence, he possesses the necessary capabilities and is able to use all his resources in life to achieve well-being and happiness for all his children.
He stressed that holding scientific conferences has an impact on developing curricula and serving the educational process, pointing to the need for a national committee to absorb these and other efforts within a comprehensive vision that achieves the desired goals, urging the involvement of specialists in various fields in the process of developing curricula.
resource : SABA
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