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MENAFN - Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) - 04/03/2009

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(MENAFN - Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) The high qualifications of Tunisian teachers have led to an increase in the number of contracts with the Kuwaiti Ministry of Education, said head of the contracting committee at the ministry Mona Al-Sallal on Wednesday.

Speaking to KUNA, he said the committee was requested by the Education Ministry to increase the number of Tunisian teachers hired, due to their high qualifications.

Al-Sallal, who is heading the Kuwaiti delegation, said that the committee chose 245 out of 482 male and female applicants to teach English, French and physical education at Kuwaiti government schools.

She lauded the efforts of the Tunisian Agency for Technical Cooperation and its facilitation of the selection process.

 






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