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Video: Back to School 2013


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With newspaper headlines focused on violence and political upheavals across the Middle East and North Africa region, it is easy to forget that an annual beginning is also underway. Children from the Mashreq to the Maghreb have started going back to school. Parents are buying school supplies for little ones and millions of teenagers are going down a path that may shape their future careers. This week, Voices and Views presents Back to School 2013 - a series focused on the challenges that both teachers and students face in the region, and the policies and programs that can change a generation.

Mourad Ezzine, Education Sector Manager for the Middle East and North Africa at the World Bank, begins the series with an appreciation of the resilience of the region’s education systems. Please listen to what he has to say and leave us your comments.


Mourad Ezzine

Education Sector Manager, Middle East and North Africa

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