Back to school for 702,658 students in Oman from tomorrow

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Muscat: New school year 2021/2022 begins tomorrow with students in government schools reaching 702,658, distributed among 1,204 schools

Tomorrow, Sunday, the new school year 2021/2022 begins, and the number of students in government schools will reach (702,658) male and female students, distributed among (1204) schools, including (1191) schools for basic education, (22) new schools, and (13) schools for post-basic education.

The Ministry of Education has completed the procedures for appointing 2,954 teachers who have passed the written exams and personal interviews for this academic year, including 444 male teachers 15%, and 2510 female teachers 85% of the total number of those who will be appointed. To meet the actual need of teaching staff in various disciplines.

Her Excellency the Minister of Education confirms that this year is witnessing a renewed start towards proficiency and development, as the Ministry sought to achieve the safe gradual return of students to school due to the Covid-19 pandemic, their safety and members of the teaching and administrative staff as our focus.

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