JD742,000 allocated for Jerash education works in 2023

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AMMAN — Within Jordan’s Draft General Budget Law for the Year 2023, JD742,000 have been allocated for maintenance projects, new classrooms, and technical studies supervised by the Ministry of Education in Jerash Governorate, according to Al-Mamlaka TV.اضافة اعلان

Director of Education in the governorate Basem Odaibat said that the budget allocation is distributed among 25 items, with a focus on preparing technical studies to add classrooms to six main schools and a school in the Zukreet area.

In addition, he highlighted a plan to establish the first school in the governorate to integrate students with disabilities into standard classrooms, with the help of grant from USAID.

The school will accommodate 750 students and will be equipped to be accessible for people with disabilities. “It is now in the study phase," Obaidat said.

The Jerash Education Directorate has completed its projects for the year 2022, and received two schools, Dhahro Al-Sarou School and Al-Iskan District School, through a grant from USAID, according to the director.

The governorate currently has 181 public schools and 34 private schools, he said.

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