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private school

a school under the financial and managerial control of a private body or charitable trust, accepting mostly fee-paying pupils
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He pointed out that the meeting provides an opportunity to learn about the views, observations and suggestions of private school administrations and work to address all the problems that may arise in private schools.
Summary: Former president of Lebanon's private school teachers' union Nehme Mahfoud Tuesday warned that education in the country would be threatened unless the salary scale was applied to private schools teachers.
The private school shall have a Board of Trustees consisting of a representative, and two persons with experience in education, and the head of the private school.
We have this provision that 70 percent of the increase has to go the salary of teachers because the disparity of the income between public and private school teachers is widening,' Briones told reporters.
Provincial Education Minister of Punjab Rana Mashood Ahmad while talking to a delegation of All Punjab Private School Management Association on Saturday at Children Library.
He went on to say that cases would be lodged against officials of private school associations for rejecting the provincial government's directives.
He said that private school potential in K-12 in the UAE "dwarfs" investment in any other place around the world, noting that the total market size of the UAE stands at $1.
The policies not only protect each individual student, but also provide a legal basis for all aspects of the private school sector.
When teachers are given an increase in salary, private school must also increase the tuition and other fees charged to students.
This increased Dubai private school system's capacity, so it will be able to accept about 270,000 students if all seats were filled.
If the effort levels, E and F are equivalent and risks R are the same between a private school and a public school, by the definition P, the Alchian-Allen effect predicts that the relative demand for the private school is larger than the public school in urban areas, where S is high, and vice versa in the rural areas, where S is low, as stipends are fixed costs.
Niaz Wali, a private school student, who did not want to name his school, told Pajhwok Afghan News their teachers had little grasp of their subjects, which were also of poor standard.

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