Monday, November 19, 2018

Education

UAE parents need close to DH1million per child to cover education...

Parents who raise their child in the UAE and later send them to a university outside the country can expect to spend not just...

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...

Some teachers threaten to take Kuwait to international courts

The crisis related to the rights of expatriate teachers has escalated to the extent that some teachers have threatened to resort to international courts...

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 Arabia finally allows girls to take PE!

Saudi Arabia will allow girls to participate in physical education classes for the first time ever, a change experts say illustrates how the government...

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...

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...

Parents in the UAE pay more than global average for education

UAE parents – including locals and expatriates – say that they pay on average US$99,378 to educate their children from kindergarten through the first...

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...

The real purpose of education

The school year is coming to an end and many pupils will sit final exams in the next few days. But how many of...
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