Public education tops state priorities
KUWAIT: The State of Kuwait pays great attention to public education, considering it one of its top priorities in the (New Kuwait 2035) vision. Always a believer in the significance of this sector in raising generations and investing in humans, Kuwait’s great interest in education is reflected in caring for public and private schools and facilities, Islamic institutes and elderly learning centers. There are more than 1,450 schools and learning centers in Kuwait, with more than 82,000 teachers in 24,000 classes. —KUNA
Students exit the school bus.
Elementary students eat their lunch at school.
Students attend the morning assembly.
Students participate in national activities.
Kindergarten students during class.
Fifth grade students take their finals’ exams.