Kuwait's private schools union to consider raising school fees
- Kuwait: Monday, October 08 - 2012 at 06:02
The Kuwaiti private schools union has set up a committee to study the increase in school fees schools, and also set up a special committee for foreign schools, bilingual schools and special needs schools, Kuwait Times has reported. If approved, the proposed increase will be applicable to Arabic, Pakistani and Indian private schools in the Gulf country.
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