MoE: Private Schools With No Distance Education During COVID-19 Closures Not Entitled To Fee

The Ministry of Education said that private schools that did not provide educational services during the Coronavirus lockdown period in the past five months, were not entitled to receive the quarantine fee.

“Those private schools that have provided educational services during the quarantine period with the consent of the students’ parents can claim fees from students from the start of their distance education programs,” the ministry added.



If any school was found in violation, it would face legal action.

The ministry asked the citizens to inform the officials of the Complaints Department and the Department of Private Schools if they see a fee request from private institutions without the implementation of a distance learning programme.

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