Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia to educate students via distance learning by MCR Correspondent August 15, 2020 written by MCR Correspondent August 15, 2020 145 views Saudi Arabia’s minister of education has disclosed plan to educate students via distance learning in the Kingdom for the first seven weeks of the new school year. While disclosing this on Saturday August 15, 2020, the Minister said the plan was a precaution against the spread of coronavirus. “During that time the situation for the remainder of the school year will be evaluated,” Dr. Hamad bin Mohammed Al Shaikh said in remarks carried on state-run al-Ekhbariya TV. “University and technical schools will be online for theory-based curriculums and in person for practical curriculums,” he added. Saudi Arabia has seen more than 297,000 cases of coronavirus. Akeem Alaodistance learningSaudi Arabiastudents 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail MCR Correspondent Alao Akeem is a language teacher and freelance journalist. previous post South Africa records decline in Covid-19 cases, lifts lockdown restrictions next post India to begin mass production of COVID-19 vaccines, launches digital heath mission You may also like 2030: Saudi Arabia targets 330 million airline passengers July 6, 2021 Hajj 2021: Saudi Arabia releases names of select... June 24, 2021 Saudi thwarts Iran-backed attack, intercepts explosive-ladden drones June 20, 2021 Saudi Arabia approves creation of sports academy to... June 16, 2021 Hajj 2021: NAHCON confirms cancellation of international pilgrims June 13, 2021 Only residents will perform 2021 Hajj — Saudi... June 12, 2021 Saudi Arabia lifts travel ban from 11 countries... May 31, 2021 Brooklyn Borough President proclaims May 28 Makkah Declaration... May 29, 2021 Saudi, Greek air forces begin ‘Falcon Eye 2’... May 26, 2021 Saudi Arabia to exert pressure to end Israeli... May 26, 2021 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.