Communities today are increasingly aware of the importance of human capital development and the quality of life as a driver of economic and social development. Our children are the leaders of the future and their ways of thinking and the values they build today are of great importance in shaping the world of tomorrow.
The Mena Rights education philosophy
The Mena Rights doesn’t provide education system but, establishes the base of future generation’s human capitals:
Human capital represents the individual tacit knowledge embedded in their mind. Human capital is the foundational source of innovation, strategic renewal of future and good citizenship. It can be defined as a combination of competence; attitude and creativity. Competence is the hardest part which includes knowledge, skills, talents, and knack, of which knowledge and skill are uppermost.
Knowledge, which consists of technical knowledge and academic knowledge, is obtained mainly through conventional school education. Skills, the student’s capability of accomplishing practical assignments, are obtained primarily through practice, especially the tacit skills that cannot be literally expressed, even though it can also be developed through school education.
At The Mena Rights schools we provide the best world recognized curriculum combined with a comprehensive Islamic education which aim to build the modern Islamic personality which able to cope with future challenges and maintains its relationship with the creator.