Qatar schools warned about expulsion of pupils

07 October 2010

Independent schools in Qatar have been warned by the Supreme Education Council (SEC) against dismissing or expelling students from classes as a form of punishment and in a manner that could risk their safety, the Peninsula has reported. Expelling students without official approval and suspending them from classes for more than three days is a serious breach of rules, the SEC said in a circular. No student can be denied entry into the school or sent home without the parents being informed, the SEC added.

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