Uncertainty Looms for Students on Waiting Lists at Private Schools

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KUWAIT CITY, June 5: Some parents are facing a problem to register their children in some private schools for the 2023-2024 academic year and one of the reasons is the Ministry of Education has set the density ceiling in each educational system, and any transgression is looked upon as a violation committed by the school in which case the school is liable to be punished, reports Al-Rai daily. Moreover, the General Administration of Private Education cannot oblige these schools to register more students, as they have special controls and conditions that determine the admission process.

The daily added, most of the students are now on waiting lists since the schools have a limited capacity and to add insult to injury the capacity of schools is limited, the registration process is limited by some controls and an official source in the General Administration of Private Education said some schools already have high student densities, while others seek to maintain the quality and distinction of their educational system by organizing admission tests for new students. The sources indicated that the ministry excluded some schools from the density ceiling during the last academic year due to the fact that no new schools were opened during the Corona pandemic.

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