Indonesia-Turkiye School Leadership Program was completed
(Ebru News/AP) Turkiye with its reformist cutting edge educational systems is becoming model for other countries around the world. Indonesian education minister stated Turkish schools in his country draws a good model.
Indonesia-Turkiye School Leadership Program was completed. Some 50 school managers from Indonesia participated various seminars in Ankara. Turkiye's and Indonesia's education systems were on the table at the seminars. School managers were given certificates at the ceremony.
Swirling dervishes and folk dances of the students of Samanyolu Schools were gripping.
Indonesian education minister Bambang Sudibyo said his country taken Turkish education system as a model. He also praised Turkish schools in Indonesia and he added Indonesian bureaucrats and statesmen send their children to Turkish schools.
Indonesian Education Minister BAMBANG SUDIBYO said:
"Turkish entrepreneurs' contributions to education are the most distinguished model in the world. We're taking this model. I've been to the US for 5 years and I have a great deal of information of the education systems of Germany, Australia, China, Malaysia and Singapore. But Turkiye's system is the best one. Turkish schools in my country are popular schools inspiring us a Turkish model.
The CEO of Samanyolu Education Enterprises said the seminar program was very efficient and productive.
The CEO of Samanyolu Education Enterprises said:
"We have exchanged ideas and experiences in the education world. The educational bridge between the two countries will lead to further cooperation."
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