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Bahrain: Teacher Controversy Tightens, Security Guard Hired to Teach

The Ministry of Education officials refuted rumours that a security guard was hired to teach some subjects at a government school. The rumour made...

Bahrain: HM King Announces Holiday For Schools Tomorrow

Tomorrow, 7th November will be a day off for all public and private schools following the directives from His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa...

Bahrain: Ministry of Education Will Not Reduce School Hours

A proposal urging to reduce the number of working hours to four at primary schools and five at intermediate and secondary schools has been...

Bahrain: Traffic Authority Will Not License Drivers Transferring Students

The General Directorate of Traffic confirmed that it is not the concerned authority to grant a license to practice the profession of transferring school...

University of Bahrain Ranked Highest In Its History

The University of Bahrain ranked 23rd in the World University Rankings Center (QS) out of nearly 1,200 universities in the Arab world, moving up...

Bahrain’s First Italian Center For Language & Culture Inaugurated

The first Centre for Italian Language and Culture in Bahrain and the region was inaugurated by the Royal University for Women (RUW).In his speech,...

Bahrain: Six Private Schools Exempt Students From Homework

Six private schools have been signed to implement the modern method of education and stop school homework in agreement with parents by giving students...

Sharjah: All Private Schools To Have Free Drinking Water

Pupils in private schools and nurseries across Sharjah will receive free bottled water, the emirate's Ruler said.The emirate has more than 116 schools that...

Sharjah Ruler: Only 25 Students Allowed Per Class

Sharjah’s private schools will no longer have more than 25 pupils in each classroom and teachers told not to take more than 24 lessons per...
Bahrain’s efforts to provide continuous education has contributed to the reduction of the illiteracy rate in the nation.

Bahrain’s 2.4% Illiteracy Rate Among The Lowest In The World

Illiteracy in Bahrain is less than 2.4%, among the lowest rates in the world stated the Minister of Education marking the International Literacy Day.The...
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