The Status of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and English Language in Jordan

Luqman Rababah


Jordan’s educational system is now based around the concepts of freedom, justice, and human and economic development in order to achieve a high level of productivity and progress. Jordan is one of the developing countries that are consistently attempting to align development with current global educational standards, as one of the Kingdom’s top priorities. The Jordan Education Initiative (JEI) (2003), Education Reform for Knowledge Economy (ERfKE) (2003), Connecting Jordanians’ Initiative (2005), and English Interactive Online Initiative (EIOI) (2006), among others, have been initiated by the ministry. The Jordan Education Initiative (JEI) was established in the same year as the ERfKE project (2003). Jordan recently revised the learning results for all of its national school subject areas, outlining what content students should know and what skills they should learn at—grade level.

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