47% of the present jobs will not exist after 10 years from now.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution will require a “total transformation” of educational systems around the world to help the current and coming generations prepare for the future, the
UAE-based experts say strong parental engagement improves academic performance.
Dubai: Most parents are not adequately involved in their children’s school life, new research suggests, with experts warning of resulting academic and behavioural problems.
A white paper issued by the
Mawaheb is an art studio aiming to integrate people with disabilities into the community.
Drop in for a coffee served by someone with special needs and watch artists work as part of an initiative to build bridges between the community
Abdullah Lutfi studied art for years in a Dubai studio for adults with special needs.
A quirky and insightful take on Dubai from camel beauty pageants to a love for high-end labels and social media will be on display at a unique exhibition
Some spend several years trying to pass foundation courses and IELTS classes to reach university.
Students have described their struggle to complete foundation English courses, having left high school without the language skills needed for university.
Degrees are taught in
The Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (Adek) said private schools have shown “tremendous progress” in the latest round of inspections.
While not a single private school in the emirate of Abu Dhabi earned the much-coveted “outstanding” ranking during
Adec now named Department of Education and Knowledge.
The Abu Dhabi Education Council – known as Adec – has been made a government department according to a decree issued by President Sheikh Khalifa. It is now named the Department of
SHARJAH, 18th September, 2017 (WAM) — The Child Safety Campaign (CSC), an initiative of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs (SCFA) in Sharjah, joined an official delegation from the emirate to Finland, with the aim of developing bilateral relations
If school times were delayed, children would get more sleep and traffic would ease, impacting student performance and economic growth.
Sleep. It’s something that every living creature needs to function properly. But according to an edit in the New York