Education Ministry Fails Students of Industrial Secondary School over "Taking Part in Protest" and "Violating Rules"
The Department of Special Education of the Ministry of Education wrote off the results of students of an industrial secondary school and failed them in the first semester and summoned their parents on the grounds that the students "participated in a protest" and "violated the rules of conduct and school discipline."
Story of Sharifa Siwar and Lyrica Pills Case
Sharifa Siwar (who holds a PhD in psychotherapy) doesn't have a lot to hide as she has revealed the source of Lyrica that were being distributed as narcotic pills in Bahrain and exposed the irresponsible way the security and judiciary authorities have dealt with the issue in previous periods.
Certificates Electronically Issued to High School Graduates
Acting Director of Information Systems at Education Ministry said that due to inability to certify paper certificates to high school students as a result of the precautions, the Ministry provided a new service; i.e. issuing a high school certificate, graduation and good conduct certificate and sending them to graduate students via e-mail.
All Educational Institutions to be Closed until End of March due to Coronavirus
The Ministry announced that student attendance at all public and private educational institutions, which includes all public and private schools, higher educational institutions, and kindergartens will be suspended for an additional two weeks, until March 29, 2020.
Naturalized People Abusing Both Bahrainis’ Services and Foreigners’ Privileges
Another incident reveals that the safes are unguarded in Bahrain, and that naturalized people continue to abuse public funds, while there are no signs that any party in the ruling family is willing to put an end to the naturalization issue.
Teachers’ Retirement Roundup: School Guards in Classes and Students Spending their Days in the Playground
The President of CSB, Ahmed bin Zayed Al-Zayed, said that in order to ensure the functioning of the course of the educational process and interest of students are not affected, it was decided that June 30, 2019 would be the last day for the employees working in educational and administrative jobs in schools, who were accepted in the voluntary retirement program.
Abdulnabi Salman Appeals Crown Prince to Intervene to Solve Problem of China Graduates
First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Abdul Nabi Salman, appealed the Crown Prince, Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, to intervene to solve problem of graduates of the Chinese Southwest University.
Court Hands Down 3-Year Prison Term in Absentia to Defendant Accused of Forging Bachelor's Degree from France
A Bahraini court sentenced a defendant in absentia to 3 years in prison for falsifying a higher academic degree and ordered the confiscation of the forged document.
Education Ministry Refers School Administration to Investigation over Circular on Stopping Care Hours
The Ministry of Education has referred the administration of one of the girls' schools to administrative investigation, for issuing a circular preventing teachers from leaving school during the care hours stipulated in the labor law, without consulting the competent authorities in the ministry.
One Month after Beginning of Scholastic Year, Classes without Teachers and Students Not Receiving Enough Education
It has been one month after schools started in Bahrain, but what are the education results achieved during this month? It is good that a senior government official invited the schools’ principals to a workshop to listen to their answers to this question.
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.
Students Urged to Verify with Education Ministry before Registering at Overseas Universities
The Education Ministry called on students who want to register at overseas universities to verify with the ministry to avoid any problems in the future.
Teachers' Employment Interviews on Saturday: Newspaper
Al-Ayyam local newspaper said that applicants for the teaching jobs received short text messages indicating the time of the interview in the recruitment requirements for the next academic year 2019/2020.
2018: Forged Certificates' Case Closed without Accountability
The case of forged certificates in Kuwait triggered the public opinion in Bahrain in August to question the certificates of governmental officials and private sector employees.
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.
Education Minister to Parliamentary Committee: Employment Door to Open after Ministry Restructuring
Financial and Economic Affairs Committee member, MP Ahmed Al-Salloum quoted the Education Minister Majid Al-Nuaimi as saying that the ministry will open the employment door after finishing the restructuring process.
PM Orders Formation of Committee to Probe into Hamad Town School Case under Chairmanship of Mohammed bin Mubarak
The Prime Minister ordered the formation of a governmental committee to probe into Hamad Town Intermediate Girls School incident after talking about the promotion of drugs and practicing of immoral acts inside the school.
Education Ministry Denies Hiding Incident of Promoting Drugs in Hamad Town Girls School
Fawzi Al-Jowder, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education for Education Affairs and Curricula, denied hiding the incident of promoting and selling Lyrica drug inside Hamad Town Intermediate Girls School, which Sharifa Siwar, doctor in the psychiatric field, disclosed.
MoI Said It Hasn't Received Notice about Hamad Town School Case
Ministry of Interior denied receiving a notice regarding what Dr. Sharifa Siwar had raised about gangs promoting Lyrica drug inside Hamad Town Intermediate Girls School.
Saudi Ambassador to Manama Says Bahrain will Receive Second Payment of Gulf Support "Soon"
Saudi ambassador to Manama Abdullah Al-Sheikh said that Bahrain will receive the second payment of Gulf support "soon".