Fandy Associates recognizes that many of the problems plaguing the Middle East stem from and are generated by the rigid infrastructure of Muslim education. As we look at these issues, we realize it is a software problem rather than a hardware problem. For example, Muslim education does not need new schools and buildings; instead it needs the rewriting of the internal software. The central question here is, where and how to intervene in the weak points of Muslim education? Should we start by transforming the curriculum, or should we introduce alternative organizing concepts? The experts at Fandy Associates can provide knowledge regarding key intervention points.
March 2, 2008 Education, General No Comments