Bahrain to create new jobs to improve educational process

Bahrain’s Education Minister, Dr. Majid bin Ali Al Nuaimi, has stated that the process of restructuring schools, carried out as part of the ministry’s restructuring, includes the introduction of a number of new jobs to contribute to raising the capabilities of these schools and providing the best services to the administrative and teaching staff.

The minister indicated that the pilot implementation of the project will take place in four schools, namely the Shaikha Moza bint Hamad Al Khalifa Comprehensive Girls’ School, the Riffa Intermediate Boys’ School, the Al-Mustaqbal Primary Girls’ School and the Uqba Bin Nafea Elementary Boys School.

The new jobs include quality of life, language support and digital empowerment specialists, and social, health, academic and professional counselors, among others, noting that the projects aims to improve the quality of the educational process and develop services to school affiliates.



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