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Maronite bishops concerned about salary increase for public school teachers

September 08, 2017

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CWN Editor's Note: Over two-thirds of students in Lebanon are educated in private schools, and a recently announced public school salary increase potentially affects private schools' continued viability. The archbishop of Beirut asks, "If they [private schools] stop working, will the State be able to provide education for these students?"

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