I think it was somewhat poor. It's no secret that governmental schools' free education is this way, here in Egypt. English is the 1st foreign language being taught here since the elementary stage. For the 2nd foreign language, we get to choose, and I chose French, and we only learn it for the last 2 years during the secondary stage.
I think what Egyptian teachers of foreign languages lack the most is the correct pronunciation.
My English now is completely different than that when I finished secondary school. I can say I'm a self-taught English speaker as I relied on myself since, through exposing myself to the western culture i.e movies, songs, articles, etc.
I think English conversation is my weakest language skill as I never get the chance to practice it here for Arabic is our mother tongue and there are very few people who can speak English fluently.