Ramadan 2021: Private schools in Sharjah to cut back on homework, exams

Web report/Sharjah
Filed on March 30, 2021
Photo: Reuters

The SPEA has decreed that school timings should not last more than five hours during the Holy Month.

Private schools in Sharjah are expected to reduce the load of homework and cut back on exams during Ramadan, as per the latest directive from the Sharjah Private Education Authority (SPEA).

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