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Adec hires 306 more Emirati teachers for new school year
The move comes in line with its strategic plan to recruit Emirati talent in the teaching field as part of an ambitious agenda to Emiratise the entire teaching community.
4 more villa schools closed in Abu Dhabi
The schools closed include Al Fajr English International School, Gulf Buds Private School, Salah Uddin Private School and the Philippine National School.
Khalifa University launches science and technology summer camp
The Khalifa University has launched a new science, technology, engineering and mathematics (Stem) summer camp at its Abu Dhabi campus.
New school brings relief to displaced Filipino students
Former students of closed villa school in Capital get preference
UAE students outsmart UK 
peers in A-Level exams
Thirty-two per cent of the students in the UAE have received A*-A, which is higher than the UK national average of 26 per cent this year.
Zayed varsity gets new 
The President, His Highness Shaikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has issued Federal Decree No. 88 for 2014 appointing Dr Riad Abdul Latif Al Muhaidib as the Vice-president of Zayed University.
60 teachers resign from various schools in Sharjah in 2013-14
The number of resignations dropped this year as compared to the previous years due to stability in the education sector.
Shaikh Sultan approves Dh727m budget for Sharjah University
The new budget is aimed at boosting the university’s academic services for more than 12,000 students enrolled in 83 programmes.
Minister approves selection of scholarship students
Shaikh Hamdan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, on Wednesday approved the names of scholarship students who will study several disciplines and degrees at the expense of the ministry for the academic year 2014-2015.
Demand growing for international schools in the UAE
While parents are looking for quality and accreditation from prestigious agencies, International School Consultancy Group chairman Nicholas Brummitt says certain government controls are hampering growth.
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