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Sharjah private school students to undergo 100% e-learning from February 14

Sharjah private school students to undergo 100% e-learning from February 14

The Sharjah Private Education Authority said that complete e-learning will be in place for all schools and nurseries until February 28

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All students in Sharjah private schools and nurseries will commence 100 per cent e-learning from February 14 until February 28, as a precautionary measure to contain the spread of Covid-19.

The directive was issued by the Sharjah Private Education Authority (SPEA) and Sharjah Emergency Crisis & Disaster Management Team, the announcement of which was confirmed via a tweet by the SPEA. 

Sharjah has become the second emirate in the UAE to shift students in all private schools to remote learning.

Read: UAE’s Ministry of Education shifts all schools and nurseries to 100% distance learning in Ajman

On Monday, the UAE’s Ministry of Education and the Emergency, Crisis and Disaster management team in Ajman suspended  in-classroom learning across all schools and nurseries in the emirate indefinitely.

On Thursday, the UAE reported 3,525 new Covid-19 cases. The country’s health ministry also reported 18 deaths during the past 24 hours, the highest daily rise in fatalities since the virus broke out in the country last year.

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