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KUWAIT CITY, Dec 8: After the parliamentary uproar and demands to suspend schools due to the recent rain, without regard for the interests of education and students, and after it was proven that the decision of the Ministry of Education not to heed these populist demands that do not take into account the public interest and the safety of the educational system, the school day proceeded without any problems, reports Al-Jarida daily.
The students attended school as usual, and most schools recorded an attendance rate of more than 95%, and the rainy condition did not have any negative effects on the schools activity. In this context, educational sources told the daily that the concerned authorities in the education sector did not record any major problems in schools, as the teams monitoring the situation followed up on the conditions in schools and addressed some minor problems that were reported, pointing out that the ministry activated emergency plans with the help teams especially prepared for such situations in the six educational districts.
The educational sources said the concerned authorities in the education sector did not record any major problems in schools. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Higher Education announced it is necessary to fill the positions of ‘cultural attaché’ in the Kuwaiti embassies and consulates in foreign cultural offices in a number of European, American and Arab cities, reports Al-Qabas daily.
The Ministry announced the need to fill the position of cultural attaché in each of the cultural offices in the cities of Los Angeles, Dublin, London, Paris, Riyadh, and Alexandria. The Ministry called on those wishing to fill these positions to apply via the website without the need to visit the ministry from Dec 11 to 22. The applicant must be a Kuwaiti national and hold a PhD, be a faculty member at Kuwait University or the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training with the rank of at least an assistant professor, and have experience of not less than 6 years, be fl uent in the language of the country to which he is sent, and submit an academic and cultural vision and perception of the job to be filled. This is in addition to passing the personal interview and fulfill other job related reconditions.