Ministries of Education in the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Iraqi government and the European Union began under the supervision of the British Council in implementing a development program for education to improve education and teaching and the capacity of teachers in cities across Iraq.
The education sector in Iraq was largely affected because of international isolation suffered by the country since 1990 and acts of violence in the wake of the fall of the former regime in 2003.
Dilshad Abdullah, Deputy Director, of training institutes in the Ministry of Education in the Region said to " Shafaq News", "The project carries the theme" Effective Education "in the training and 60 British teachers and Iraqi educational supervisors meet and the course continues for five days."
Abdullah pointed out that "the participants in this session will then train others in teaching style and methods."
He complains of the failure of Iraq's scientific methods. The country has witnessed migration of the elite educational in addition to the isolation of others from their jobs because of their affiliation to the outlawed Ba'ath Party.
For his part, Burzo Abdul Qadir educational advisor of the British Council in Erbil said to " Shafaq News" "The Education of Kurdistan in Iraq has good abilities and it's time for the attention in their capacities and make them leaders of the educators."
A series of attacks by unknown organizations led to the killing and abduction of a lot of scientific talents in Iraq over the past eight years.