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Education Minister inspects new schools in Mutlaa

Minister of Education, Higher Education and Scientific Research Dr. Adel Al-Adwani inspected a number of new schools in Mutlaa City today.

• The new schools are part of 19 new schools in 4 different educational districts that are scheduled to open for the next academic year 2024/2025.

• The visits are part of a program of inspection tours of a number of schools, in implementation of the directives of the esteemed Council of Ministers. It also ensures the readiness of educational facilities to receive students.

Kuwait’s Education Minister Dr. Adel Al-Adwani recently inspected a number of new schools in Mutlaa City. These schools are part of a larger initiative – 19 new schools across 4 educational districts – scheduled to open for the upcoming academic year 2024/2025.

Minister Al-Adwani’s visit is part of a program of inspection tours mandated by the Council of Ministers. The program aims to ensure the readiness of educational facilities to receive students at the start of the new academic year.

“The tour aligns with the Ministry’s plan to expand educational services,” explained Dr. Al-Adwani. “Opening new schools in various regions ensures the comfort of residents in new areas, accommodates the growing student population, and provides the necessary infrastructure to keep pace with Kuwait’s urban expansion.”

He continued, highlighting the schools’ design: “The new schools are built according to the latest standards and promote environmental sustainability. Features like solar panels help reduce reliance on traditional energy sources. Additionally, Mutlaa City schools boast modern amenities including building management systems, elevators, designated areas for people with disabilities, and advanced security and fire systems.”

Dr. Al-Adwani emphasized the Ministry’s commitment to achieving its strategic goals. “We are dedicated to providing a distinguished and sustainable education for all our students,” he declared.

These field visits are part of a larger program to ensure schools’ readiness for the upcoming academic year. Dr. Al-Adwani explained, “The purpose is to closely identify and address any potential issues before the start of the school year in September.”

He concluded by underlining the collaborative effort required. “All sectors within the Ministry of Education have been instructed to work as a single team,” he said. “This collaborative approach will ensure efficient and effective completion of operational plans, allowing us to achieve our desired goals.”






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