Tuesday , 11 December 2018

Kuwaiti education minister assures students of unbridled support

Kuwait remains committed to its goal of providing quality education and honing the skills of its students, its education minister Dr. Hamid Al-Azmi said on Sunday.

The minister’s remarks come against the backdrop of a major achievement where a Kuwaiti private school outperformed 52,000 others in an Arab reading challenge held in Dubai.

He congratulated the students of ‘Al-Ikhlas’ school for their impressive performance, saying they have made the nation proud.
The Kuwaiti school clinched an excellence award in the largest-ever Arab literacy initiative launched by the UAE. (end) mrf.nam

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