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Al-Essa launches ‘biting’ attack on output of educational sector – ‘Center has 5 instructors for 5,000 students’

KUWAIT CITY, July 8: Political Science Professor Shamla’an Al-Essa has launched a scathing attack on the output of the educational sector, asserting “the graduates of Kuwait University are in a certain valley while the local labor market requirement is in another valley,” reports Al-Shahid daily. In his interview with the …

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No housing allowance for female Bedoun teachers

Husbands already receiving grants KUWAIT CITY, June 3: Minister of Education and Higher Education Mohammad Al-Fares affirmed that housing allowance will not be granted to female Bedoun teachers whose husbands are receiving the same from their workplaces in other governmental authorities, reports Al-Shahed daily. He revealed that there are 427 …

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Expat teachers in bid to avoid losing jobs – Females find respite in changing specialties

KUWAIT CITY, May 28: Several female expatriate teachers are struggling to escape the sword of forced mass retirement that has emerged lately in Ministry of Education. Due to this, they have been changing their specialties, reports Al-Rai daily quoting informed sources. They said the female teachers found respite in the …

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77 Palestinian teachers turn down Kuwait jobs over salary – Only 103 agree to work for KD 480 monthly pay

KUWAIT CITY, May 18: A total of 77 Palestinian teachers chosen by the Ministry of Education to teach in public schools have rejected the contracts because the salary offered to them was almost half of what they expected. According to a report published on gulfnews.com Thursday, the ministry’s plan was …

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MoE to appoint new teachers for academic year 2017/18 in August

KUWAIT CITY, May 18: Ministry of Education Undersecretary Dr Haitham Al-Athari has announced the schedule for appointing new teachers for academic year 2017/2018, reports Al- Rai daily. Al-Athari disclosed the appointment of new Kuwaiti teachers will be on Aug 13, 2017; locally hired expatriate teachers on Aug 20, 2017 and …

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MP VOICES NEED TO REPLACE EXPATRIATE TEACHERS – Legislative panel takes up KPC budget; Oil estimated at $45 per barrel

KUWAIT CITY, May 17: The parliamentary Budgets and Final Accounts Committee discussed Wednesday the joint budget of Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) and its subsidiaries for fiscal 2017/2018, as well as the final account for fiscal 2015/2016 and comments of the State Audit Bureau and Financial Controllers Agency. Committee Chairman MP …

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Rate of expat teachers resigning falls – Eye on paid leave for Bedouns

KUWAIT CITY, April 18: Director of Human Resources Department in the Ministry of Education Saoud Al-Juwaiser disclosed that 350 expatriate teachers and legal accountants submitted their resignation in the second semester of academic year 2016/2017, and the figure is expected to increase in May 2017. Al-Juwaiser noted the majority of …

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Palestinian teachers are well known for competency: official

‘Kuwaiti schools need teachers of different nationalities’ KUWAIT CITY, April 17: As the Ministry of Education initiated the move to sign contracts with some Palestinian teachers to teach in public schools starting from academic year 2017/2018, roughly 76 percent of educators who participated in a recent opinion poll affirmed that …

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MoE to hire 180 Palestinian teachers to work in Kuwait

Total 1,173 applications received from KUWAIT CITY, April 8: A total of 1,173 Palestinian residents of areas affiliated to the Palestinian Authority (PA) — Gaza Strip and West Bank – have submitted applications for teaching positions in Kuwait. However, only 180 among them will be hired, provided they meet all …

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Teachers issue studied – Terminations on hold

KUWAIT CITY, April 1: Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Mohammad Al-Fares says the ministry is considering humanitarian aspects prior to termination of services of expatriate teachers whose specialities are surplus to requirements, reports Al- Anba daily. He said, “We are in a humanitarian country and we take all …

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