The interactive whiteboard left a deep impression on the visiting delegation of Kurdish officials who wanted to learn something useful from the British education system, the Times Higher Education Supplement (Jan 26)writes. The Kurdish-
There are five universities and 15 higher education institutions in Northern Iraq, with 60,000 students and about 3,000 staff.
But upgrades from chalk may need to wait.
Like Dishad Abdul-
Rahman, Minister of Primary and secondary education at Kurdistan regional government, said: "We need power.
The country has an average of two hours of electricity a day.