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Parliamentary Education: Important decisions will be issued regarding the permanence of students and

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Post by rocky on Sat 11 Jan 2020, 3:10 am

[size=30]Parliamentary Education: Important decisions will be issued regarding the permanence of students and exams[/size]
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The Parliamentary Education Committee intends to issue important decisions regarding students ’and students’ attendance and mid-year exams.

Member of the Committee, MP Hoshyar Qirdagh, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), and was seen by Sada, that the Education Committee in the House of Representatives will hold a meeting today, Saturday, to discuss regular school attendance, mid-year exams, and problems with the ending classes.

He added that "the committee will issue during the meeting important decisions regarding the permanence of students and students and find solutions for mid-year exams, as well as for students at the ending classes." He attributed the reason why the committee did not hold its meetings in the previous period due to the political developments that took place in Iraq and the New Year holidays.

The Ministry of Education announced earlier that it had finished all its preparations for mid-year exams, while announcing the cancellation of all orders that were issued against students and students as they failed for the academic year 2019-2020 in the provinces that witnessed demonstrations in the recent period.



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