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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

ABu Dhabi Schools Covid-19 Tests

Abu Dhabi: Nurseries, schools to face penalties upto Dhs250,000 for flouting Covid-19 protocols

Repeated non-compliance can lead to schools being forced to shift to distance learning, with parents entitled to remove their children and gain fee refunds

Ras Al kHaimah E learning

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

Umm Al Quwain Distance learning

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

Sharjah private schools e-learning

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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UAE announces reopening of nurseries, childcare centres

Approval for reopening will depend on their readiness to meet the health and safety requirements

RAK’s Sheikh Saud orders exemption of renewal fees for select commercial activities to counter Covid-19

Nurseries have been granted 50 per cent exemption on trade licence renewal

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