Madrasa Brings Arab Learners Together with the Region’s Biggest eLearning Platform

Learners in the Middle East were given access to an exciting new platform earlier this year. Madrasa was introduced by Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who serves as the Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The project will reach more than 50 million students throughout the world.

Taking eLearning to the Next Level

Madrasa is impressive in its scope, earning the title of the biggest platform of its kind in the Arab world. The system will cover a broad range of topics that include math, science, chemistry, biology, physics, and more geared toward learners from Kindergarten through high school age groups.

Students can access 5,000 educational videos for free with the goal of bringing communities together through technology and learning. Sheikh Mohammad stated that “Building a better future for our region starts in the classroom and eLearning can bridge the knowledge gap in the Arab world. Technology can offer millions of Arab students the opportunity to develop their scientific capabilities. We aspire to provide a world-class education to every Arab child.”

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