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Bahrain school students set exam record

Results of secondary examinations in Bahrain’s public schools showed that a record 96.3 per cent out of 5,700 students passed the exams, of whom 114 were home-schooled. A total of 500 students, including 147 boys and 353 girls, achieved ou

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5,000 Bahrain students 'traumatised by unrest'

More than 5,000 school students have suffered psychological trauma because of a spate of vandalism and sabotage in Bahrain, said a senior government official. A total of 84 public schools have been targeted since the beginning of the acade

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Bahrain’s high school time extension on way

Bahrain's high school day is likely to be extended by 45 minutes within the next two weeks, said a senior government official. However, Education Minister Dr Majid Al Nuaimi agreed to consider postponing the changes until September, but to

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2,600 join new technical schools in Bahrain

A total of 2,671 students had joined the modified technical and vocational apprenticeship system during the academic year 2011-2012 in technical schools and 971 students in commercial schools of Bahrain, said a senior government official.

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Bahrain to instal CCTV in govt schools

CCTV will be installed at all government schools in Bahrain to combat acts of sabotage and vandalism, said a senior government official Education Minister Dr Majid Al Nuaimi told MPs that deliberate attacks were taking place despite round-

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Bahrain achieves e-learning milestone

Bahrain has succeeded in spreading e-learning through pioneering King Hamad Schools of Future Project and is currently converting some of its curricula into electronic formats, in co-operation with Unesco, said Education Minister Dr Maji

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Universities in Bahrain warned on new rules

Private universities in Bahrain were urged to abide by rules and regulations set by the Higher Education Council. Under new procedures, regular BA and diploma courses will be for two days per week, said a report in our sister publication,

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