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Top Saudi universities to participate in hackathon competition

RIYADH: A number of top universities in the Kingdom will participate in the “Hackathon” competition that gets underway on Nov. 21 in the Saudi...

Bahrain: Maintenance of public schools to begin in May

The planning and designs required for the maintenance of 25 government schools in various Governorates, costing BD1,800,000, has been completed, said Huda Mirza, Building...

UAE: All Public & Private Schools To Have ‘Tolerence Project’

A project has been launched in public and private schools across the country in UAE to promote respect and acceptance within the school system.Titled,...

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...

Bahrain Private Schools Guide 2019

Many new private schools have opened across the Kingdom and are predicted to educate up to 33% of the country’s children by 2020. As...

Bahrain: Students Fall Sick Due To School Canteen Food

A number of students fell sick in a private school in Bahrain after eating food from the school canteen. Chief Prosecutor of Ministries and Public...

‘MicroMasters’ Surge As MOOCs Go From Education To Qualification

The future shape of graduate and executive education is coming into focus with the surge of “MicroMasters” certificate programs on edX, to which 1.7 million...

Fees Plans Rejected

The 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: 10-year jail, SR1m fine for physical attack on teachers

RIYADH — Anyone who dares physically attack a teacher or any staff member will be committing a crime punishable by 10 years in prison, or...

“Bahrain’s No Homework Rule Will Not Stick In UAE”

School children hoping for homework to be abolished in the UAE, as it will be in Bahrain next year, will be disappointed to learn...
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