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  • Mandhu College asked to vacate building

    Mandhu College asked to vacate building

    The agreement to run Mandhu College in building which previously housed Male’ English School (MES) has been terminated and all personnel asked to vacate building within 15 days.

    January 25, 2015
  • "School unaware of teacher's arrest record"

    "School unaware of teacher's arrest record"

    Bilabong International High School has said that they school administration had been unaware that one of their English teachers had been arrested for suspected physical abuse of students, when she had been hired.

    January 24, 2015
  • Kulliya lecturers to ministry over salary woe

    Kulliya lecturers to ministry over salary woe

    Some lecturers of the Islamic college - Kulliyathul Dhiraasathul Islamiyya – on Sunday went to Education Ministry after salaries remained unchanged.

    January 18, 2015
  • 'Salary increments will empower teachers'

    'Salary increments will empower teachers'

    An increase in the salaries given to teachers would undoubtedly increase the standard of local education, said Vice President Mohamed Jameel Ahmed.

    January 11, 2015
  • Studies to start in incomplete Rehendi School

    Studies to start in incomplete Rehendi School

    Education Ministry has said that operations in Rehendi School – the largest government school to be built in Hulhumale’ – would start in 2015, despite construction on the building not being fully complete.

    December 29, 2014
  • Grade 1 transfer procedure needs transparency

    Grade 1 transfer procedure needs transparency

    President of Anti-Corruption Commission, Hassan Luthfee said on Saturday that parents had been filing complaints with ACC regarding the way students were being transferred to first grade for 2015, and that procedure for student transfer needed more transparency so that general public was informed.

    December 20, 2014
  • 'We saw a teacher molesting his students'

    'We saw a teacher molesting his students'

    The Education Ministry has received a case against a local primary teacher, claiming that he molested his students.

    November 24, 2014
  • Gov. spent MVR 17 mn on education

    Gov. spent MVR 17 mn on education

    The Maldivian government had spent MVR 17 million on the infrastructural development of local schools this year, said Education Minister Aishath Shiham.

    November 05, 2014
  • ‘Address teacher concerns’ says PAM

    ‘Address teacher concerns’ says PAM

    Principals Association of Maldives (PAM) said on Sunday that teachers’ concerns should be addressed and an appropriate salary structure established, as soon as possible.

    October 07, 2014
  • Schools celebrate Teachers’ Day

    Schools celebrate Teachers’ Day

    Students, teachers and parents across the country got together on Thursday to mark Teachers’ Day with festivities ranging from gifting flowers to dance items.

    October 02, 2014
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