In the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, students enrolled in public elementary schools are educated by elementary school teachers; 90% of them are graduated from colleges of Basic Education of the HEIs in Kurdistan. Therefore, the Basic Education colleges in Kurdistan are the main providers of the primary government school teachers in the region. So, to raise the standard of the governmental schooling system, the first step is to raise the quality of graduates from the Basic Education Colleges in Kurdish universities. Elementary school teachers are trained with very old-fashioned techniques, and seldomly exposed to innovative teaching methodologies. As a consequence, the graduates from Basic Education colleges have no modern skills to eventually tackle the kid in the elementary schools and make the classroom a magnet and enjoyable time to the students rather than a poorly stimulating time. All Partner HEIs in the Kurdistan region agreed that the governmental primary school system needs to be changed through enhancing the quality of the future teachers.