Long-Presse / Sulaymaniyah
The head of Iraq's Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani, on Saturday, that the students are the future of Kurdistan and the leaders of the future, while stressing the need to reconsider the education system, he noted that some of the Kurdistan fooled thinking youth organization (Daash).
Said Nechirvan Barzani in a speech during the educational conference hosted by the Ministry of Education in the Kurdistan Regional Government in Arbil, and I followed, (range Press), that "we must look to the future different from today's," stressing the need for "educational system is aligned with the future ".
Barzani said, "The educational system must prepare students for a better future," stressing the importance of "the student knows all the scientific materials for all students can be aware of the scientific system."
Barzani stressed the need to "reconsider the educational system to be able to find solutions to the political, economic, psychological and future problems," pointing to the importance of that "students have the ability to understand scientific topics and be able to succeed in life."
He said Barzani, that "attacks (Daash) on the Kurdistan region caused great damage to the inhabitants of Kurdistan and some of the Kurdistan fooled youth thinking (Daash)," noting that he "must educate future generations on the right foundations that have professors role in this regard and that the parents exercise their role too. "
He Barzani, that "students are the future of Kurdistan and the students of today are the future leaders," asserting that "the education system to ensure the success of a real bright future for Kurdistan."
The President of Kurdistan Parliament of Iraq Yusuf Mohamed confirmed in the 15th of April 2015, the educational and university system in the province "needs to be revised," and while he regretted the failure to adopt the universities in the region in the development of society, he stressed the need for the university system have a place to promote stability and human development.
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