Monday, September 23, 2019

Education

Expat Life in GCC, Accident rates and fatalities, Qualification of Employees in Job Sector in GCC, Healthy Lifestyle, Climate Updates and Implementation of Road Safety Measures.

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...

Saudi: More than 80% of job seekers are women

According to a report published by General Authority of Statistics (GaSat) on Tuesday, the number of Saudi job seekers reached 1.07 million this year with women...

Saudi: 100,000-Year-Old Archaeological Sites Discovered

A joint Saudi-French mission to explore archaeological sites under the supervision of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH) has revealed sites...

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...

Cyber Attack On British School Network In Dubai

A British school in Dubai has warned parents about a cyber attack on its network last week but has reassured them that necessary action...

Kuwait: More Than 350 Expat Teachers To Be Sacked

Kuwait is planning to sack around 365 expat teachers by the end of this academic year according to the Ministry of Education, national daily...

“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...

“LEVEL 5” Innovation Center Moving to RVIS

Riffa Views International School (RVIS) is embarking on an ambitious journey to bring a level of innovation that has never been seen in Bahrain...

60% of teachers are still expats despite nationalization requests

According to local daily Al-Watan, the ratio of expatriate teachers in private boys schools has crossed 60 percent despite repeated requests by the Ministry...

Business Saturday: Why Aspiring Entrepreneurs Should Put Their Education First

There is a growing misconception that higher education is not needed for — and may even inhibit — entrepreneurial success. Beyond networking with other passionate...

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