Sharjah schools to offer 100% distance learning until end of second semester
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Sharjah schools to offer 100% distance learning until end of second semester

Sharjah schools to offer 100% distance learning until end of second semester

The nationwide Covid-19 case count in the UAE has crossed 388,000

Private and public schools and nurseries in the emirate of Sharjah will continue to offer 100 per cent distance learning as a mode of education until the end of spring semester, local authorities have announced.

The Local Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management team in Sharjah said the decision was made in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and the Sharjah Private Education Authority.

This directive marks the continuance of an earlier injunction in which students in private schools and nurseries across Sharjah were shifted to commence 100 per cent e-learning from February 14 until February 28, as a precautionary measure to contain the spread of Covid-19.

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

Meanwhile, authorities have continued their awareness campaigns via drones to educate the community on the need to abide by preventive procedures to limit the spread of the Covid-19. The committee also called on members of society to expedite the receiving of their vaccines through the allocated vaccination centres across the country.

Earlier this month, the UAE’s Ministry of Education indefinitely suspended in-classroom learning across all schools and nurseries in Ajman, Ras Al Khaimah and and Umm Al Quwain moving them to distance learning.

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

Read more: Ras Al Khaimah becomes UAE’s fourth emirate to shift to 100% distance learning

The UAE health ministry reported 3,434 new Covid-19 cases on February 28, raising the total to 388,594. Meanwhile, the death toll has risen spiked to 1,213.

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