​​​​​​​​​​​​​​National education strategies are often ambitious and rightly optimistic, with the aim of competing with the global leaders. Essential to large-scale education reform is for government expenditure to yield aspired results. However, government expenditures on education in the GCC region have been comparable on average to many developed countries and yet fallen short in achieving the hoped-for return on investment. Illiteracy rates, unemployment, and lack of job-readiness persist as national concerns across the region.

Successful reform requires tight monitoring and constant evaluation of progress. Successful countries who have implemented large-scale reform rely on external entities to conduct such monitoring and evaluation of curriculum development and implementation, quality of teaching and learning, and school inspections and oversight.

We are equipped to work in collaboration with government bodies ​strategically to evaluate, monitor, and support implementation of national strategic educational goals.

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