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Wednesday , 22/5/2013
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1.7 million students head back to school tomorrow
Amman, Sept. 1 (Petra)--A total of 1.7 million students will head to the country's schools tomorrow at the start of the new academic year.
Minister of Education Fayez Al Saudi said all the ministry's 6172 schools were ready for the new scholastic year, adding they were provided with the needed educational cadre, furniture and textbooks.
The ministry he said, had received 22,185,500 textbooks through 10 tenders the value of which stood at JD10 million.
Saudi noted that the ministry had completed the construction of 37 new schools and carried out maintenance work at 710 others across the Kingdom.
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