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Private schools cannot hike fees

Thursday, December 7, 2023
Private schools cannot hike fees

Education Minister Adel Al-Mane issued a decision on Wednesday reiterating that private schools across all educational systems cannot increased the students fees.

Minister said that the ongoing provisions outlined in the ministerial resolutions regarding tuition fees for private schools, as well as private schools catering to individuals with disabilities for the academic year 2023/2024 is still valid.


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Azeem
Saturday, December 9, 2023
Guys I work in schools. Fees is not increased from past 5 years. If the schools are charging more then you guys need to complain. btw the expenses for schools have increased a lot after covid.

George
Friday, December 8, 2023
The school fees is very high. The MoE must check the salary paid in some of the schools charging over 750 KD and up to 1200 KD. It is same or even less when compared to ICSK or any other school. Teachers themselves are talking about this. Some schools have already hiked the fees. Where should parent report this?
George

Pravasi
Friday, December 8, 2023
One school has raised it already and when asked reply is we are giving books along with it. Has MoE approved it? This school charged this year additional 35 KD in the name of providing tissue paper and chart paper and worksheet. It is atrocious especially teachers are so poor in teaching and communication.
Moe must check all the schools in Jleeb
Pra asi

Yuni
Thursday, December 7, 2023
Most of the teachers are house wife. They want only akkama and salary. They don''t care about children''s studies. parents only suffer in school fees

Secular Indian
Thursday, December 7, 2023
Already fee is very high with very poor teaching and no care

Indian schools teachers they consider only high rich kids not middle or lower level kids

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