Education

19-02-2014
Companies given preliminary approval to build schools in certain areas have been invited to sign their contracts, a first phase in a plan to build 170 schools throughout Libya.
18-02-2014
The government has approved an extra budget allocation of LD25m ($20m) for the Ministry of Education to help rebuild facilities in Zliten, which were almost entirely destroyed in the 2011 conflict.
13-02-2014
The Organisation for Developing Administrative Centres (ODAC) has agreed to build six new buildings for Tripoli University.
07-02-2014
The body responsible for purchasing equipment for schools nationwide says it bought 62 million pieces of furniture in 2013.
05-02-2014
The Ministry of Education has given more details about its plans to build 170 schools throughout the country, which were originally announced last year.
21-01-2014
The Ministry of Culture says it has appointed a Benghazi-based training company to run IT and English courses for 800 of its employees.
20-01-2014
The Ministry of Education says it has nearly completed the installation of over 270 mobile classrooms throughout the country.
07-01-2014
The government has given permission to the Warriors Affairs Commission (WAC) to sign contracts for training schemes worth a total of LD14.3m ($11.4m).
06-01-2014
The government has given permission to the University of Tripoli to begin contracting for a number of projects, totalling over LD140m ($112m), to renovate and expand the campus.
16-12-2013
The tenders committee of the Ministry of Education says it has begun assessing proposals from companies bidding to build and renovate 200 kindergartens across the country.
12-12-2013
BBC Media Action, the broadcaster’s charity wing, will train 50 members of the state news agency LANA from January 2014.
28-11-2013
The government has given the go-ahead for the Ministry of Education to buy 500 temporary classroom units.
26-11-2013
The Ministry of Education has published a list of high schools that have approval to teach an Islamic curriculum.
12-11-2013
Plans to build 10 new schools in Zliten, Sirte, and Bir al-Ghanam were approved today by the Ministry of Education.
06-11-2013
The Ministry of Education says that schools throughout Libya are open, after a call for strikes from a teachers' union to demand better conditions.