A group of Egyptian journalists continue their visit to Georgia, as a part of this visit; they get familiarized with the current reforms that are underway in different sectors in Georgia.
The journalists got interested in the ongoing reforms in the education field as well. Together with the First Deputy Minister, Koka Sepherteladze and Deputy Minister, Nodar Surguladze they visited Tbilisi N1 experimental school and got acquainted with the reforms carried out in the education sector.
They also visited “Future Class” in the same school, furnished with the modern ICT technologies by Geocell and attended a lesson conducted with the use of the net books by the native English speaker teacher.
The Egyptian journalists have already met the Prime Minister of Georgia, Nika Gilauri, Minister of Internal Affairs, Vano Merabishvili and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Grigol Vashadze. The journalists will stay in Georgia for a week, after returning to their homeland, they will write news stories covering successful reforms in the fields of economics, business, education and tourism.