“When I first started here the discipline of the place stressed me out, but now I realize it was for the best,” he explained. “When you go here you always have to be on time, for example. And when something goes wrong, you take 100 percent of your share of the responsibility, no more and no less.
“It’s not like an Egyptian school,” Mr. Fathy continued. “There is nothing like this place in all of Egypt.”
Post a Comment |
Based in Cairo, Liam Stack reports regularly for The Christian Science Monitor, The San Francisco Chronicle and The Guardian. Shawn Baldwin’s photographs have appeared in The New York Times Magazine and Le Mode.
Tags: Egypt Education Employment