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Fewer educators in Abu Dhabi satisfied with job than abroad
According to a survey, 88.9 per cent of teachers and 92.2 per cent of principals in Abu Dhabi were satisfied with their jobs compared to other Talis respondents.
Do schools kill students’ creativity?
Sir Ken Robinson's presentation was filled with examples of how information systems could be combined with human intelligence to make lives simpler in a few years.
Training institutes can’t offer degrees: KHDA
Authority advises students to check that their training institute, university or course is licensed or accredited by it.
India’s University of Petroleum & Energy Studies offers Global Energy MBA
The primary objective of this program is to impart management education to energy professionals and prepare them to effectively tackle local and global energy issue
Unfair, say angry parents about school fee hike in Dubai
Khaleej Times spoke to several parents, majority of whom were hesitant to come on record fearing a backlash from school.
Parents fume over school fee increase in Dubai
Dubai private institutions say hike not enough
Going to school in Dubai to be a costlier affair
Fee increase is determined by the Education Cost Index, which is calculated every year by Dubai Statistics Centre.
Wearing seatbelts mandatory in Abu Dhabi school buses
The new regulations by the School Transport Executive Committee re meant to safeguard students’ travel to and from school and reduce accidents involving children.
Behind classroom doors; the life of a teacher
Muaz Shabandri gets a glimpse into the life of teachers in the UAE.
Studentspeak: Should schools have WiFi?
UAE students share their thoughts on the issue with Khaleej Times.
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