Monday, November 19, 2018

Education

1.3m Saudis discontinue education

DAMMAM — Some 1.3 million Saudis discontinued their education in 2017 for various reasons, according to a General Authority of Statistics (GaStat) report quoted by...

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...

Saudi: Schools Ordered To Shut Down Unsafe Swimming Pools

Minister of Education Ahmad Al-Issa has issued orders to shut down swimming pools without adequate safety means in school campuses across the Kingdom.The minister’s...

Saudi: School Locked Students In Gym For Unpaid Fees

An international school barred about 100 students from entering classrooms and kept them inside the non-air-conditioned gym for the whole day. Authorities have launched...

Saudi unemployment continues to rise

Over 900,000 Saudis are seeking jobs, 219,000 men, and 687,500 women. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with Western tech giants, including the leaders of Facebook and...

Saudi: 30% private & International schools may close

Up to 30 percent of all private and international schools in the Kingdom are expected to close down as the Ministry of Education is...

Dubai to get 10 new schools, fees starting at Dh15,000

Parents' education spending continues to be a sensitive subject here in the UAE, according to a recent report published by HSBC. But with 10 new...

7 Ways To Make Yourself Work Harder

Every month Gulf Insider publish 4 pages that reveal brilliant secrets for winning in business and life. The techniques are provided by top international...

The British School – Spreading the Best Teaching Practices in the...

The British School of Bahrain is one of the five ‘Outstanding Schools’ in Bahrain as per the report of Directorate of Private Schools and...

Bahrain withdraws book misnaming Arabian Gulf

A foreign company had to apologise after it misnamed the Arabian Gulf in a textbook commissioned by the Ministry of Education. Under the deal, the...
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