Saudi public schools to accept Yemeni children
Education Minister Azzam Al-Dakheel said the decision was made by Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Naif
Yemeni parents with visitor’s cards will be able to enroll their children in public schools in Jazan starting Monday.
Education Minister Azzam Al-Dakheel said the decision was made by Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Naif, deputy prime minister and minister of interior.
“The Ministry of Education was quick to implement the decision. School administrations have already begun accepting student applications,” said Al-Dakheel.
He added Yemeni students would be tested to ensure they are integrated into the appropriate grade level. “Sabya Education Directorate will be holding a meeting to discuss the integration program and to formulate the appropriate tests.
All Yemeni parents may visit the education directorates of various governorates in Jazan Province for any inquiries,” he said.
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