The State of Qatar attaches great importance to human development thanks to its wise leadership that continually emphasize the importance of the human factor being a primary contributor to development.
Public education was established in the State of Qatar in 1952. Since then, a comprehensive education policy has been crystallizing based on well-established principles to preserve the heritage and conservative character of the Muslim nation, develop the curricula and educational systems and continue to benefit from the modern technological achievements and recent educational experiences.
The State has established many schools, universities, colleges and research and training centers that have contributed to the development of its human resources skills. In addition, it has attracted many schools and universities, and worked on the rehabilitation of its youths abilities to meet the country's needs for development.
The State of Qatar launched an initiative to develop the country's public education in 2004 under the slogan "Education for a New Era". It aims to provide better methods of education for the children of Qatar. The Ministry of Education and Higher Education takes on the responsibility of establishing the State's educational policy. It is also responsible for developing the education plan and overseeing its implementation, in order to achieve Qatar's 2030 vision of developing the Qatari individual to be able to actively participate in all aspects of life.