New teacher licensing requirements for private school teachers

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KUWAIT CITY, May 21: In a significant policy shift, the Ministry of Education has introduced new conditions for issuing work approvals to private school teachers. The key requirement is that teachers must now obtain a “teacher’s license.” This move aims to standardize and enhance the quality of education in private institutions.

Three-year deadline has been set for private school teachers to obtain teaching licenses.

Educational sources informed Al-Jarida that while the General Administration of Private Education has mandated this new licensing requirement, it has not designated a specific center or entity for issuing these licenses. Instead, teachers have been given three years to obtain their licenses from accredited academic centers in universities within their respective countries.

The General Administration of Private Education emphasized the necessity for teachers to meet specific training standards and implement these during their school lessons. The administration will actively monitor teachers’ performance in the classroom to ensure these standards are adhered to.

Additionally, the administration noted that specialists would oversee the teachers’ application of these standards through both in-person classroom observations and the distance education programs currently in place in private schools. This dual approach aims to maintain consistent teaching quality across all educational platforms.

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