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Bahrain's Al Rashid Group receives top honour

Bahrain-based Al Rashid Group has been honoured by the kingdom's Ministry of Labour for its effort in sponsoring the academic education of the country’s nationals. The retail giant was felicitated at a ceremony held unde

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Bahrain's Al Rashid Group receives top honour

Bahrain-based Al Rashid Group has been honoured by the kingdom's Ministry of Labour for its effort in sponsoring the academic education of the country’s nationals. The retail giant was felicitated at a ceremony held unde

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Scholarship bias claim dismissed in Bahrain

Bahrain’s Education Ministry officials have hit back at claims that scholarship candidates were excluded from consideration based on their sect. In recent days, dozens of complaints about the issue have flooded social media

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UAE Education Ministry unveils new organisational structure

UAE’s Ministry of Education has endorsed and revealed details of its new organisational structure, aimed at making education a top priority within the country’s agenda for strategic and ambitious development. Hussain A

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Unicef, Pearson talks to help marginalised children

Unicef UK and Pearson are set to hold a series of high level events over the next year which will bring together experts, thought-leaders and innovators from a range of industries and countries across the world. The ‘Activat

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Pearson enhances vocational education in Lebanon

Pearson, the world’s largest education company, has launched new initiatives designed to promote technical and vocational education in Lebanon. The education company will now provide its Business and Technology Education Cou

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GCC employers struggle with skills gap in local workforce

About three-quarters of employers in the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) feel that the education system does not know what skills employers need, according to a recent report. The EY report ‘How will the GCC close the skills

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Children in conflict zones need $2.3bn to go to school

The 34 million children who are out of school in conflict-affected countries need $2.3 billion to get them all schooling, ten times the amount education currently receives in aid, the United Nations' education agency Unesco said on Monday.

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World Bank doubles education pledge to $5bn

Leading learning company Pearson has welcomed the World Bank’s renewed commitment to improving basic education in some of the world’s poorest countries. On the eve of the World Education Forum in South Korea, the Presi

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UAE implements electronic system to conduct exams

The UAE Ministry of Education’s Department of Academic Calendar and Exams has implemented the latest electronic systems in conducting exams. All examination committees for Grade three to 11 were provided with answers sheets

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