Arabic-speaking schools in Australia’s largest city will reopen next month after six years of delays, despite criticism that they were not adequately equipped.

The Education Minister announced on Monday that the State Government would reopen the Geelong Arabic Language School, which has faced closure in the past two years.

In 2015, the Geocaching School closed in a bid to improve its facilities, and was given a new lease on life by the Government.

However, the closure was not without its difficulties.

At the time, the Department of Education said the school was not fully operational and had experienced some issues in recent years.

It said that since its opening in 2014, there had been no improvement in the school’s operation.

Since then, there has been no further improvement, including the school being closed on Monday and the closure of the school itself.

On the issue of the language, the Minister said: “The Geelong Language School was not in the best place to serve the needs of the students who were coming to Geelong in 2018.”

This was a real disappointment to us all, but we knew that the Geocon students would come back.

“Mr Baird said the Government would not be closing the school, but was working to make sure it was operational in the future.

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I understand that many students and parents have expressed concerns about the school in the Geopolitical Era, and I know that our colleagues in the Education Department will be working with the community to address that,” he said.

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