Chil­dren with re­voked cit­i­zen­ships al­lowed to en­roll in pub­lic schools

Kuwait Times - - FROM THE ARABIC PRESS -

KUWAIT: The ed­u­ca­tion min­istry de­cided to al­low chil­dren of peo­ple whose na­tion­al­i­ties were re­voked to reg­is­ter in pub­lic schools and re­ceive ed­u­ca­tion un­til the end of high school. An ed­u­ca­tional source said the min­istry fol­lowed the le­gal pro­ce­dures in this mat­ter be­fore making its de­ci­sion, and sought the opin­ion of the Fatwa and Leg­is­la­tion Depart­ment which al­lowed them to com­plete all school stages. Ed­u­ca­tion Min­istry’s Un­der­sec­re­tary Dr Haitham Al-Athari had is­sued a cir­cu­lar in which he said that chil­dren of Kuwaiti women will be al­lowed to reg­is­ter in pub­lic schools and com­plete all stages. But in case the mother was not Kuwaiti, then her reg­is­tered chil­dren will be al­lowed to com­plete their school stages. — Al-Qabas

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