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A new pilot curriculum has been launched in 11 schools in the Harari region.
The new curriculum has been piloted in 11 schools in Harari State, according to the state education bureau.
Regional Education Bureau Head, Mukhtar Salih, said extensive efforts have been made to launch the new curriculum.
He said the new curriculum has been piloted in 10 primary and one secondary schools in the state.
He said training has been provided in Harari, Afan Oromo and Amharic languages in the region, especially in primary schools.
He also said that the new curriculum has been revised and put into operation in a way that is different from the previous ones, which includes indigenous and modern technology knowledge.
He said the project will be fully operational in all schools in the state by identifying and resolving gaps in the pilot project.
He noted that the curriculum, which has been in place for 28 years, does not include indigenous knowledge and 21st century knowledge.
He called on the education authorities and parents to play their part in reviewing the textbooks and providing additional support for the implementation of the new curriculum next year.
According to information obtained from Harari Communication, five states, including Harari, have so far started implementing the new curriculum nationwide.