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MoE begins hiring new teachers for school year – ‘Workers on maternity leaves draw full pay’

KUWAIT CITY, July 29: The Ministry of Education on Sunday started taking procedures to appoint new Kuwaiti teachers for the next academic year, reports Al-Anba daily quoting sources. Sources affirmed the ministry is now ready to receive these teachers in the hall of building number two. On the appointment of …

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MoE terminates agreements of low performing expat teachers

Low performing Kuwaitis transferred to admin KUWAIT CITY, July 29: Ministry of Education has ended the contracts of low performing expatriate teachers in some subjects at various educational areas and transferred the low performing Kuwaitis among them to administration. An official source said the ministry took the decision after technical …

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Committee formed to recruit teachers from Tunisia and Jordan: MoE

Move to scrutinize applications for specific specialties KUWAIT CITY, July 12: Minister of Education Dr Hamed Al-Azmi recently issued two decisions to form a committee to recruit teachers from Tunisia and Jordan for academic year 2018/2019. The first decision stipulates the formation of a committee chaired by the Director of …

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MoE urges CSC to approve 2,000 jobs for new expat teachers

KUWAIT CITY, July 2: Ministry of Education has asked Civil Service Commission (CSC) to approve 2,000 job grades for the new expatriate teachers who will sign contracts with the ministry irrespective of whether they were hired locally or from overseas, reports Al-Anba daily. According to informed sources, Ministry of Education …

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CSC adopts new mechanism for recruitment of expat teachers

Palestinian teachers to be hired for coming academic year KUWAIT CITY, June 14: The Civil Service Commission (CSC) has adopted a new mechanism for the recruitment of expatriate teachers as part of procedures to develop the educational system, reports Al-Qabas daily. Sources told the daily that the CSC has asked …

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‘No exemption for Syrian teachers from retirement’

KUWAIT CITY, June 12: Director of Human Resources Department in the Ministry of Education Saoud Al- Jowaiser has clarified that Syrian teachers are not exempted from the Cabinet resolution on terminating the services of those who reached the legal retirement age and to renew their contract just once to give …

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‘Female expat teachers have no right to receive housing grants if their spouses receive the same’

KUWAIT CITY, June 6: Concerning the enquiry of Ministry of Education about granting housing allowance to female expatriate teachers whose husbands work at the Mosques Sector of Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, Civil Service Commission (CSC) affirmed that these teachers should not be granted housing allowance because Ministry of …

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‘Replacing expat teachers with Kuwaitis is realistic’

‘More females teaching sciences’ KUWAIT CITY, May 28: The idea of replacing expatriate teachers with Kuwaitis seems realistic now more than ever, seeing the current number of Kuwaiti female teachers, which is enough in achieving the replacement plan, reports Al-Rai daily. As per a memo sent by Ministry of Education …

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2,338 physical & verbal attacks on teachers recorded in public schools

Boys’ schools witness highest number of cases KUWAIT CITY, April 28: Annual report of the Department of Social and Psychological Services in the Ministry of Education indicates 21,805 incidents of verbal and physical attack against teachers and students were recorded in public schools across the country in academic year 2016/2017, …

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Ministry officially announces openings for expat teachers – 11 subjects include English, French

KUWAIT CITY, April 15: Ministry of Education officially announces openings for local contracts with expatriate teachers in 11 subjects that include English and French languages, mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology, geology, decoration, physical education, art and music, reports Al-Qabas daily. The ministry stipulates that applicants should not be more than 45 …

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