Education Ministry Undersecretary Haitham Al-Athari said yesterday the ministry has begun reviewing and developing curricula in collaboration with the World Bank, saying the development plan ends four years from now. He added in a statement to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that the ministry will develop all curricula to promote Islamic values for cohesion and interdependence among members of society, stressing that all curricula will be subject to development without exception.
Athari explained that work has already started with the first grade curriculum where a timetable has been set, hoping the plan would be completed on time and ahead of schedule. He added that the current standards of competencies would be replaced as the method to disseminate information to the students would be much different than the current one.
In a related context, Athari praised the cooperation between the ministry and the General Anti-Corruption Authority to consolidate the aspects of eradication of corruption in all its forms and to instill those principles in the hearts of young people, stressing that the coming stage will witness generations who will believe and apply those concepts.