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‘Panel backs MoE measures to combat cheating in exams’

Govt urged not to return Early Retirement Bill to Parliament KUWAIT CITY, May 23: The parliamentary Education, Culture and Guidance Affairs Committee has expressed support for the measures taken by the Ministry of Education to combat cheating in schools. After the committee’s meeting in the presence of Minister of Education …

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Several students caught cheating on first day of final exams for public, private schools

KUWAIT CITY, May 7: The first day of the final exams for public and private schools turned out to be full of disappointments this academic year as several students caught cheating with modern and conventional tools were prevented from continuing the exam. The daily quoting a knowledgeable source said students …

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220,577 students to sit for final exam from Sunday & on May 20

MoE says its officials well prepared to supervise students KUWAIT CITY, May 3: Some 220,577 students in fifth elementary, the intermediate, tenth and eleventh grades at public and private schools will begin their final exam for the current academic year on Sunday, and twelfth grade students will start on May …

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Kuwaiti students attending public schools reach 33,000 – ‘42,000 teachers working’

KUWAIT CITY, April 18: The total number of Kuwaiti students in public schools is 330,000, out of who 157,000 are male students and 172,000 are female students, as per the latest official statistics, reports Al-Qabas daily. According to the educational report of 2016/2017 issued by the Central Statistical Bureau, the …

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Violence in schools continues unabated

KUWAIT CITY, March 25: A number of schools continue to witness incidents involving violence, despite the decisions taken by Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Hamid Al-Azmi to confront violence in schools by receiving complaints directly from parents of students affected by physical violence. Al-Seyassah daily received a number …

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No rise in tuition fees at all private schools

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 19: Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Hamid Al-Azmi issued a decision to stop tuition fee increase in all private schools — American, English, bilingual, French, Arabic, model, Indian, Pakistani, Philippines and Iranian; hence, the fees for academic year 2018/2019 should be the same as the …

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‘Expenditure on education in Kuwait less than average of other countries’

Two thirds of students feel bored during science classes: study KUWAIT CITY, Jan 9: Results of a study conducted by the Secretariat General for Planning showed that expenditure on education in Kuwait is less than the average expenses of other countries, reports Annahar daily. According to the study, only 41 …

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Schools in some areas will close tomorrow

KUWAIT CITY: Schools in some areas will close tomorrow during the 38th Gulf Cooperation Council’s (GCC) Summit on Dec 5-6, said a statement by the Ministry of Education Monday. In a press release, the ministry said that schools in Farwaniyah, Hawalli, and the capital educational districts will be closed due …

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Teachers, academicians confirm the spread of violence in schools

‘Teacher-student relationship is at its worst’ KUWAIT CITY, Nov 5: A number of teachers and academicians have confirmed the spread of violence in schools, particularly in the secondary stage. They said violence, especially against teachers, is spreading; pointing out some political statements which belittle teachers weaken the latter and minimize …

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Minister denounces action of some school managers over female teachers

‘CSC granted two hours off from work to female employees who gave birth’ KUWAIT CITY, Sept 24: Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Muhammad Al-Fares has affirmed that he is keen on supporting teachers and administrative staff at the ministry, reports Al-Seyassah. The minister made the statement when he …

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