Algeria aims at less than 30 pupils per class by 2010
During a visit to the town of Bouira, Aboubakr Benbouzid, the Algerian Minister of National Education revealed some new projects to be carried out in the field of education. Benbouzid announced that for the year 2010, the Algerian authorities are aiming to have less than 30 pupils per class with the construction of new 400 colleges, 100 primary schools and 500 sports halls throughout the country. The minister has also noted that they will carry out a number of projects to increase the quality of education.
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