Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Education

Can an app help Saudi women know their rights?

Thousands of Saudi women are turning to an app to figure out how they can get the law on their side in the deeply...

Fees Plans Rejected

T he Education Ministry will not impose any fees on non-Bahraini students in government schools, the minister, Dr. Majid Al Nuaimi, said yesterday. Responding to...

Saudi: Private sector to run 25 government schools

Saudi Arabian authorities on Tuesday ordered the handover of 25 state-run schools to be run by private sector companies as part of economic reforms...

Around 200,000 tons of annual food wastage in Bahrain

Bahrain’s households dumps around 195,000 tons of food waste on average annually. “Food dumped by families makes up 35.2% of the overall annual quantity of...

Ministry to terminate 300 Saudi employees

SAUDI: The Education Ministry has decided to terminate work contracts of 300 daily wage employees in Hafr Al-Baten. The surprise move has drawn the...

Education Special: “What course is right for you?”

Choosing a right course is a big decision and can impact your future success and career. Below are some ideas to help you find...

Turkey’s new school curriculum drops evolution to teach concept of jihad

Turkey's new school curriculum drops Charles Darwin's theory of evolution and adds the concept of jihad as patriotic in spirit. The move has fuelled fears...

Turtle Season Begins in Oman: Best Times and Places To Witness...

June to September is the best time to watch turtles nesting in Oman. If you think it is too hot to travel in the...

60% of teachers are still expats despite nationalization requests

According to local daily Al-Watan, the ratio of expatriate teachers in private boys schools has crossed 60 percent despite repeated requests by the Ministry...

A beacon of hope: New protections for Saudi women

According to the Saudi Newspaper Okaz, during the last ten days, the Saudi Ministry of Justice issued four important decisions and proposals to limit the abuse...

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