This was yesterday’s online news from Youm7.
Egyptian households spend an average of one third of their spending on education for private lessons and another third on private tuition. Together with the expenses on transportation, 80% of their spending for education accounts for benefits that are already provided by the state. One may draw one’s own conclusions about this.
The Muslim Brotherhood made a clever move by opening their own education centres in all governorates: low income families will be financially relieved and gratefully accept this offer. At the same time, the Muslim Brotherhood can spread their philosophy disguised as a social act.