Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Ministry bans private Tutors

Kuwait’s Ministry of Education has banned private tutors, claiming they discourage students from studying harder to achieve good results, Arabic daily Al Shahed reported.

Tuition also puts a “financial burden” on students, the ministry claimed.

The ministry has reportedly forced all publicly employed teachers to sign a pledge not to provide private tuition.

Nearly 94 percent of Kuwaitis are literate, one of the higher rates in the world, according to the CIA World Fact Book.

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