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Saudi education ministry cautioned against fixing private school fees

The Council of Saudi Chambers has cautioned the education ministry against fixing tuition fees of private schools and forcing them to comply with it, Saudi Gazette has reported. Some private schools might get around the system and try to illegally impose fees to increase revenues, said Mansour Al-Khenaizan, chairman of the national committee of international schools at the council. For example, they might increase registration fees, ask students to buy school supplies or increase the number of students in each class," said Al-Khenaizan.