President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih has formed a six-member research team to properly assess the difficulties that teachers confront in the country’s education system.
The establishment of the “Research Group on Assessing the Issues Faced by Teachers in the Education System” followed President Solih’s announcement in October that such a group would be formed.
The six-member research group established by the president includes professionals from the education policy and planning area, human resources field, sociology, and training field, as well as finance and education sector, the President’s Office said.
Members of the research group:
- Dr Ahmed Ali Maniku (Education policy and planning)
- Dr Ali Najeeb (Human resources)
- Dr Aishath Shafina (Sociology)
- Aminath Zubair (Training)
- Abdullah Zakariyya (Finance)
- Abdulla Rasheed (Education)
According to the President’s Office, Vice President Faisal Naseem met with the research group and conducted extensive discussions regarding the issues.
The President’s Office noted that the main objectives of the research group is to examine the most serious concerns confronting the education system as well as the challenges encountered by teachers in continuing and developing in the field. In addition, finding a solution to the issues is also an objective of the group, the President’s Office said.