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These are just some of the news stories listed and fully accessible this week on the ISC Online news service - one of the many features of ISC Online

China - China lifts fees for private school students
20th November 2015

An executive meeting of the State Council decided on Wednesday that students in private school during the nine-year compulsory education period will be exempt from tuition and textbook fees starting with spring semester 2017. The meeting was presided over by Premier Li Keqiang. Students in public schools are already exempt......

Hong Kong - ESF jazz festival raises funds for special needs community
19th November 2015

The annual Hong Kong Jazz Family Fest 2016, organised by Jockey Club Sarah Roe School (JCSRS), a member of the English Schools Foundation (ESF), will run on 22 & 23 January 2016. Entering its third year, the two-night charity event will gather over 50 Hong Kong\'s finest jazz musicians to......

Qatar - New private school with English National Curriculum opens
17th November 2015

DOHA: A new private school offering English National Curriculum has opened. GEMS Wellington School - Qatar in Al Wakrah is owned and operated by GEMS Education, a leading education provider in the region. It will welcome up to 140 students from FS1 through to Year 6 in the first year......

Qatar - Emir issues new law on regulation of private schools
17th November 2015

Anybody who starts or runs a private school without a licence will face a jail term of up to two years and a fine of QR100,000, or either, according to a new law on the regulation of private schools. Law No 23 for 2015, was issued by HH the Emir......

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