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MoE to begin termination of 25 pct of non-Kuwaiti teachers

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 23: In line with the policy of the Education Ministry to replace non-Kuwaiti teachers, Assistant Undersecretary for Public Education Affairs Fatima Al-Kandari said the initial step will be taken in March when 25 percent of non-Kuwaiti teachers in each subject will be dismissed, reports Al-Shahed daily. Al-Kandari …

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National bureau to withdraw 3,000 master-degree holders in MoE – Degrees obtained from unaccredited universities

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 21: The National Bureau for Academic Accreditation and Quality of Education has decided to withdraw 3,000 master-degree holders in Ministry of Education and some private universities because they obtained their degrees from unaccredited universities that are not included in the accreditation list of the bureau, reports Al-Shahed …

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‘Large number of expat teachers planning to resign by mid-March’ – Majority of teachers are Jordanians, Egyptians: sources

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 16: Ministry of Education has notified the Social Studies Inspection Unit at the Capital Educational Zone to terminate the services of two teachers who were appointed in 2013 such that their official last day on the job will be July 7, according to sources from the education …

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Ministry of Education to replace 25% expats with Kuwaitis

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 14: Ministry of Education will begin replacing 25 percent of expatriate workers with Kuwaitis, based on the Kuwaitization policy, starting from 2017/2018 academic year. This will be done by terminating the recruitment of expatriate teachers of specialties for which many Kuwaiti and GCC teachers can be appointed. …

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Expats to be ‘recruited’ to teach subjects not covered by Kuwaitis – No cancellation of national labor support: MoSAL

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 13: The Public Education Sector of Ministry of Education has specified the exact need for new expatriate teachers to teach subjects that cannot be covered by Kuwaiti teachers, reports Al-Qabas daily quoting sources from the education sector. The sources revealed that female teachers for subjects such as …

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MoE will hire teachers locally for public schools

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 11: The Public Education Sector in the Ministry of Education will hire teachers locally to cover the needs of public schools, reports Al-Anba daily quoting Director of Human Resources Department Saud Al-Juwaiser. Al-Juwaiser revealed the required fields of specialization of applicants include Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Arabic, …

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Vacancies in teaching jobs for GCC nationals, Bedouns, expats – ‘Local contract’ for academic year 2017/2018

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 7: Assistant Undersecretary for Public Education at Ministry of Education Fatmah Al- Kandari has issued a statement to announce that the online tests for supervisory positions for academic year 2016/2017 will be held from Sunday, Feb 19 to Thursday, Feb 23. She explained that the tests are …

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‘Interior’ says MoE can hire teachers with Palestinian passports

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 6: The Interior Ministry has forwarded a letter to its education counterpart allowing the latter to hire teachers with Palestinian passports, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily quoted the Interior Ministry as saying in its letter, “Following the decision of the deputy premier and interior minister in October …

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Several expat teachers issue statement after MP criticism – ‘Entire academic process based on several factors’

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 5: Several expatriate teachers in the public schools of Kuwait have issued a strongly-worded press statement in response to the statement made by MP Safa Al-Hashim, who had accused expatriate teachers, especially teachers from Egypt, of being the reason behind the low academic performance in Kuwait. In …

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Expatriate teachers consider taking their grievances to ILO – MoE’s refusal to execute court rulings

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 4: Amid the refusal of Ministry of Education and Higher Education and concerned government agencies to execute court rulings in favor of expatriate teachers over their housing allowance, teachers have been considering presenting a grievance to the International Labor Organization or concerned courts. A source said the …

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