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Teachers across Middle East turn to tutoring or move abroad as cost of living rises

The National 29 Dec 2023
Many teachers have resorted to working after hours as private tutors to make ends meet ... She has had to increase the number of hours she works at a private tutoring centre, which earns her a further 7,500 Egyptian pounds a month, she said.
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Saudi artists on show in Sharjah 

Arab News 27 Oct 2023
DUBAI ... The show, which runs until spring next year, includes paintings, drawings, sculptures and tapestries ... Abdulhalim Radwi. ‘Palestine’ ... ‘Fishermen’ ... As a young man, Al-Saleem was educated by Egyptian tutors, who inspired his interest in calligraphy ... .
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Park Record 23 Aug 2023
Park Record letters to the editor. Primary ballots are in your mailboxes ... Ed is a true local ... Recycle UT (treasurer), Egyptian Theatre, KPCW (DJ), Park City Institute, Mega Genius afterschool tutoring program, Park City Film Series, and many more.
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Egypt: Unlicensed tutor, who appeared alongside bodyguards, arrested

Gulf News 17 May 2022
Egyptian police arrested a private teacher who had appeared in viral images ... In recent years, Egyptian authorities have stepped up efforts to reform education and cracked down on private tutoring.
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