Gulf Arab States Educational Research Centre (GASERC)
1978 Riyadh Saudi Arabia
1978, Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), by 2nd Conference of Gulf Ministers of Education, as a specialized institution of E-XE7283 - Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States (ABEGS). Became fully operational beginning of 1979.
Contribute to developing the educational movement in member states, ensure the efficiency, updating and integrating of that movement and make it an effective factor in developing human resources and in social and economic development of member states in particular and of the Arab world in general.
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Board of Administration (meets twice a year), consisting of a representative educational specialist nominated by each member state (who alone has voting rights), Director of Education Department of ABEGS and the Director of GASERC. Technical Committee, comprising Director of GASERC, Counsellor and various expert staff. Divisions (2): 'Educational Planning', including Educational Planning and Economics Unit, Information and Documentation Unit; 'Curricula', including Curricula Unit, Preparation and Training Unit, Evaluation and Measurement Unit, Arabic Language Unit. Further Units (2): Adult and Continuing Education; Financial and Administration.
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