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Education

Private schools to be part of Ministry of Education award
Official says the Emirates Award for Educational Excellence this year will have 27 categories including 13 new and updated categories.
Najah education and career fair opens
Career fair to bring together students, parents and employees in the public and private sectors, as well as professionals who are mentors and alumnae.
Ministry of Interior nod for committees of student programme
The move aims to strengthen the comprehensive pillars of national and unified cultural, social and security references to help future generations deal with the challenges and risks affecting them.
How UAE is shaping the future of world education
A few weeks ago, I was honoured to be invited to speak to an audience of education leaders at one of the world’s oldest and most revered centres of learning, Cambridge University in the UK.
It is good teachers who make a great school for students
Policy makers have regularly highlighted the need to build more schools over the next decade, giving school operators a reason to invest in the country’s education infrastructure.
Innovation plans in UAE schools hailed by experts
Education experts from Pearson have welcomed the UAE Government’s plans to promote innovation across the Emirates’ schools and universities.
374 schools benefit from lectures on labour laws
Legal experts from the Ministry of Labour educate school officials about labour rights and laws governing the rights of school management and school teachers.
School ordered to shut down in Abu Dhabi
Al Worood Academy will be under financial and administrative supervision of Adec until its scheduled closure in August 2015.
MBA degrees: What you need to know
According to Dubai’s Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), last year, 3,420 students signed up for MBA courses.
Visual impairment is not an obstacle for Emtithal Awad Khadr
Despite suffering visual impairment, Emtithal Awad Khadr turns her obstacles into opportunities and tops her batch in legal studies.
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