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No decision yet on model for next academic year – UAE Ministry of Education

It came after media reports this week stated that the authorities in the country had decided to extend the hybrid learning system into the next academic year

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UAE private schools admission age changed – ministry

All students currently enrolled at private schools in the UAE will not be affected by the change

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

Ajman, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain have already directed all students in schools and nurseries to shift to e-learning

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All schools and nurseries in Umm Al Quwain to shift to 100% e-learning

The UAE’s Ministry of Education said that the directive will remain in place until further notice

UAE public schools to resume onsite education from February 14

Abu Dhabi will allow all schools in the emirate to resume in-clasroom teaching from February 14, with the option of e-learning available until the end of this academic year

UAE: Students may return to their campus at 50 per cent of its capacity

The Ministry of Education will review the situation on a weekly basis

Students from grades 4-11 will answer their exams remotely

UAE: Ministry of Education sets exam dates for students from grades 4-12

The exams will be held from January 10-14

UAE’s education ministry launches ‘50×50 Initiative’

Close to 50,000 students representing all academic stages from over 1,200 public and private schools will participate in 1,000 virtual interactive workshops

Bahrain postpones reopening of public schools by two weeks

Public schools were scheduled to reopen for the administrative, technical and teaching staff on September 6

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‘Group of schools’ in UAE instructed to implement 100% distance learning as suspected Covid-19 cases detected

UAE educational institutions must restrict student face-to-face attendance to 25 per cent for first two weeks

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UAE schools to close if Covid-19 cases spike – education ministry

The Ministry of Education has outlined extensive guidelines, listing its contingency plans in case of a spike in the Covid-19 infection rate

Parents to choose their children’s mode of education – UAE education ministry

Parents can choose between face to face at school teaching or through distance learning, for the first term

Abdulla Al Ghurair Foundation to support online education initiatives in the UAE

Joint initiative to make online programmes accessible to a wider pool of students

GCC’s education sector: Paving the way ahead

In the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic, amid a perennial pursuit of digitisation to empower education, how bright is the outlook for the GCC’s education sector?

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UAE issues guidelines on reopening schools, universities in September 2020

Protocols include temperature checks and frequent sterilisation in the new academic year

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UAE denies reports that students will return to their campuses in August

The new academic year will begin on August 30

UAE’s MOE announces final examination dates for Grade 12

The final exams for grade 12 students will be conducted through the distance learning system

Decision on 2020-2021 academic year ‘under review’ – UAE education ministry

Local media reports have indicated that e-learning will continue into the next academic year

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UAE’s ministry extends deadline for applications to higher education institutions, external scholarships

This move was to safeguard the future of Grade 12 students and guarantee their right to higher education

UAE’s education ministry to test electronic exam portal for public schools

The initial mandatory testing on April 13 will cover mathematics for grades 5-12

EdTech solutions to pave way for digital learning in the GCC

EdTech solutions could prove crucial in ensuring the success of e-learning during the Covid-19 outbreak

Coronavirus update: Number of cases in the UAE total 21, nurseries to be closed from March 1

All internal and external school activities and trips have been cancelled