Pub­lic ed­u­ca­tion tops state pri­or­i­ties

Kuwait Times - - LOCAL -

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.

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