Al-Wefaq: Thousands of Shiite Graduates Prevented from Employment in Education Sector, Saudis and Egyptians Brought
Accurate information and details revealed a systematic sectarian plan whereby the Bahraini regime deliberately excludes thousands of Bahrainis, who belong to the Jaafari doctrine, from employment in the education sector, the Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society said.
Civil Service Bureau: Door Opens for Employment in Education Sector after Identifying Jobs
The Civil Service Bureau in Bahrain said that it will announce the employment competition to fill the position of "teacher" in the Ministry of Education after identifying the jobs that need to be announced in the local and foreign media.
Saudi Teachers Sent to Teach in Bahraini Schools, Ministry Says Saudi Arabia Takes Responsibility for their Salaries
The public relations director in Bahrain's Ministry of Education, Fawwaz Al-Shorouqi, confirmed that Saudi Arabia sent a number of teachers to work in Bahraini schools and said that their salaries and allocations are given by Saudi Arabia.
Private School Principal Referred to Trial over Case of Selling Rotten Food to Students
Chief Prosecutor of Ministries and Public Bodies said the Public Prosecution had launched an investigation into a notice by the Public Health Directorate concerning food poisoning of a number of students at a private school after eating food from the school canteen. Laboratory examination and test results of food samples showed contamination of the foodstuff.
How did Holders of Fraudulent University Degrees from Lahaye University Penetrate Bahraini Educational System?
The “Lahaye” International University has become a refuge for every failure and disappointed in Bahrain. Ambassadors, Parliamentarians, clerics and journalists rush to purchase “fake” educational qualifications from the alleged Dutch university.
Education Quality: 20 Out of 211 Public Schools Ranked as “Inadequate”
Head of the Quality of Education and Training Commission, Jawahar Al-Mudhaki told the local Al-Bilad newspaper that, “after reviewing the reports of the second and third sessions, it was found that 20 public schools received an “inadequate" rating.
400 Students Remain Detained with Launch of Academic Year
Bahrain Teachers’ Association President Mahdi Abu Deeb said “there are 400 students that are detained and deprived from the right to education.”
Higher Education Council: Over 4,800 Non-Bahrainis Studying in Bahrain’s Universities
Bahrain Mirror: The figures issued by Bahrain’s Higher Education Council for the academic year 2014-2015 revealed that the number of non-Bahraini students studying in different higher education institutions in the Kingdom of Bahrain has reached 4,862.
Saudi Embassy: 250 Saudi Teachers Dispatched to Bahrain in 2015 with Riyadh Covering Expenses
Bahrain Mirror: The Saudi Embassy in the Bahraini capital Manama said that a number of Saudi teachers dispatched to work in Bahrain in 2015 reached about 250.