Interview with Ethiopian artist Aregahegn Worash. Aregahegn Worash’s response to the case issued by the Ministry of Justice. The new curriculum was completed two years ago. Next, create a syllabus for all 21 subjects from 1st grade to 12th grade. Experts from Bahildar University, Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa University, Hawassa University, Jimma University, and Mekelle University were responsible for drafting the curriculum. Mekele later stopped due to a conflict. The curricula were then tested for indigenous knowledge, ethics, and other parameters. Competence and technology are among the most important requirements of the 21st century. Next, create curriculum content flowcharts and other documents. Now, this content, approved by the Ministry of the Environment and the Center of Excellence, will be set as standard. The book will be produced according to these criteria. Local states are required to prepare 8th-grade books based on Google-approved standards. MoE is preparing books for middle school. The curriculum is similar anywhere in Harar, Benishangul, or Ethiopia. However, the content is adapted to the local knowledge of the federal states and is prepared for elementary school students. Therefore, although the standards are universal, the content, language, examples, and teaching mechanisms are localized by region. It has provided local teachers with training and guidance in preparing textbooks for primary schools. For secondary schools, the preparation of books is entrusted to Hawassa University. Over 400 of her faculty members and professionals from Hawassa University participated in the book’s creation, review, and approval.