International Journal of Humanities and Educational Research

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 4 Area: Education

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Khamis Abdullah Said AL BUSAIDI , Salim Humaid Rashid AL BADAI & Rahma Nasir Salim AL SAADI
DEVELOPING THE ROLES OF PARENTS COUNCILS IN SCHOOLS IN THE SULTANATE OF OMAN IN THE LIGHT OF THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
 
This study aim to identify the roles of students parents councils, and examine the possibility of developing them by reviewing international experiences in this field, and benefiting from the outputs of the fourth industrial revolution in the education sector. The study also focus on the actual role of parents councils in schools in the Sultanate, and the efforts made to achieve partnership with society, and developing the regulations governing these councils, to keep pace with global scientific developments which depend on granting broad powers to these councils in order to be able to perform their work more effectively and with broader independence, and one of the most prominent recommendations that came out of this study is the need to carefully select the members of parents councils according to A specific mechanism that ensures the selection of the active members in society, developing the roles of parents councils by expanding the powers granted to them, increasing the awareness of school staff, and making the council members aware of the importance of partnership in the areas of joint cooperation between them, which include (vision, goals, planning, managing financial resources, etc.), and the necessity of holding programs And training courses for members of student parents councils, and school staff, on the requirements for developing the roles of these councils in the light of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and developing programs and methods for teacher preparation in higher education institutions, in line with the requirements of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and the Ministry of Education adopting a national strategy aimed at Designing educational and training programs that are compatible with the nature of the next stage, and the needs of the labor market in light of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Keywords: Student Parents' Councils, The Fourth Industrial Revolution.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.4-3.26
 
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