‘All high school students in distance education successful’
KUWAIT CITY, Sept 17: The General Secondary Examinations Control continues its work in two morning and evening shifts to monitor, review and audit the grades of twelfth grade students in the scientific and literary departments, and the religious institute, reports AlAnba daily.
Informed educational sources affirmed that the results will be ready on Friday, and the decision to announce the results remains in the hands of the Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Saud AlHarbi and the Ministry Undersecretary Faisal Al-Maqsid.
The sources gave good news to all students who committed themselves to attend the virtual classes and interacted with their teachers, noting everybody attained success and that nobody failed in the second semester when distance education was applied. They noted the final success of the student will depend on his grades and performance in the first semester.
They indicated whoever completed the first semester with success, had no fear in the second semester, and their affairs are reassuring, because success is ascertained, God willing, whether they’re from government or private education sector. They expressed deep thanks and appreciation to the school administrations for performing their duty to perfection.
On the other hand, Ministry of
Education announced that it would allow the registration of the children of illegal residents “Bedoun” in public schools, according to systems followed in this regard.
Assistant Undersecretary for Public Education Osama Al-Sultan in a letter said he directed the educational zones and the administration of religious education with reference to what has been done in advance regarding the registration of learners in the following categories: Illegal residents who are the children of military personnel working in the army or police or retirees, or those whose services ended at the helm of their work due to death, and their nationalities were not determined.