Saudi private schools say facing closure
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Saudi private schools say facing closure

Saudi private schools say facing closure

A committee has been formed by the Saudi education ministry to study the difficulties faced by private schools in continuing their operations smoothly, Arab News has reported. This follows a petition by private school managers to the minister of education, Prince Faisal bin Abdullah, calling for a speedy intervention to resolve their issues. "More than 150 private schools are threatened with closure because of their inability to fulfil the regulations for running schools in line with the new conditions governing building space, safety, teacher recruitment and insurance payments," Abeer Ghazawi, owner of a private school, said on behalf of private schools in Jeddah and Taif.

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