Saudi Arabia to Enter Digital Education World soon!

Tuesday April 4, 2017


Saudi Arabia to introduce digital education in its kingdom within 2 or 3 years.

On Wednesday, Ahmed Al-Issa, Education Minister of Saudi Arabia approved a government plan of shifting the standard education system of the kingdom to digital education.

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This plan might help students and teachers to develop.

According to the Saudi news agency, he said that the department is planning to stop the normal method of printing educational courses and books within 2 or 3 years.

He also said that in the first year, this project will be executed in 150 schools, then 1500 in the next year and all the schools which are under kingdom in the third year. 1.6 billion riyals will be paid by the minister for this project.

This project comes under the National Transformation Program (NTP) 2020 and Vision 2030 of Kingdom.