A Reflective reading of the general secondary school 2022 results and the indicators of admission to Egyptian universities
Abstract: High school is an important transitional stage in the life of the student and his family together, as it charts the course of the student's professional life when he graduates from the university or from higher education institutions. Because of the importance of the high school, efforts are exerted by all segments of society, students, parents, teachers, administrators, examination, and control committees, and ... etc. There is no doubt that these efforts are financially and morally costly, especially since the high school system has been unstable in recent years. It often changes with the change of the minister, once the portfolio system, and once the tablet system, and finally the Babylon chit system and perhaps other systems will come in the future. The state has expanded the number of universities with their three types: governmental, private, and private, and this may be in pursuit of future plans and a feasibility study of the needs of the labor markets globally, Arab, and locally, which casts doubts about the feasibility of the unstudied expansion in university education. Hence, the importance of this study appears to reveal the reality of the secondary school result 2022 and the trends and indicators of university admission to university education. In addition to this, the study seeks to answer a broad question. Where is Egyptian university education heading, does it support class, for example? Is it education for the elite and another for the poor? Is it based on a specific philosophy, and what? Is the state gradually abandoning support for education in general and higher education in particular.
Keywords: General secondary school results, indicators of admission to Egyptian universities, Egyptian universities.
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