owing to the low financial returns and high operating expenses.
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Ziad Al-Rahma, vice chairman of the National Committee for International Education, said because of the decrease in the number of students by more than 50 percent, some international school owners had to cut periodic expenditures by 60 percent and dispense with 20 percent of the teaching staff, according to Al-Watan Saudi newspaper.
There are several reasons for this fall, such as the difficulty of the curriculum.
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