Students in Dubai face university challenge to make new friends

Dubai's education authority says efforts are being made to address the wellbeing of students. Students in Dubai are facing a university challenge to build lives outside of the lecture halls and say more support is needed to improve the well-being...

Sir Anthony Seldon: Schools are not preparing pupils for 21st century

Renowned British educator and historian believes the world has much to learn from UAE's focus on well-being as well as academic achievements. Children are not being prepared or equipped with the skills required for the future, a globally known historian...

China to Replace Streetlights by Launching ‘Artificial Moon’

China is planning the launch of own ‘artificial moon’ by the end of 2020 as replacement to the streetlamps and lowering the electricity consumption mainly in urban areas. In the Chengdu city present in the southwestern Sichuan state, the...

Campaign educates UAE students on anti-bullying

Cyberbullying will be one of the main discussions during the campaign. A month-long anti-bullying campaign took place in Dubai and Sharjah schools which educated more than 9,000 students on the cause. The Bukhatir Education and Advancement Management International firm carried out...

First records of emirates in West unveiled at Sharjah book fair

Some works valued at over Dh1m, contain accounts of Western explorers, merchants and military officers about early emirates. Sharjah: Rare, expensive books said to carry some of the first mentions of the emirates in the Western world, are up for...

Google omits the Camera, so its new home device can’t spy on you

The move reveals how invasive such devices can be. Have you ever noticed that Facebook FB, +1.30% chief executive Mark Zuckerberg and National Security Agency whistle blower Edward Snowden keep tape over their computers’ web cameras? Snowden, who has sought temporary...

More remains to be done to ensure international education aid goes where it is...

UAE largest non-OECD's Development Assistance Committee donor country and seventh-highest donor to secondary education. Consider a young child in any society as a potential creator, innovator and producer. The child's conceivable possibilities for excellence, for contributing positively to their community...

Dubai teacher feted with Mariamma Varkey Award for inspirational and outstanding teaching at GEMS

Dubai: A teacher who sacrifices even his personal time for students and teaches them important life lessons inside — and most especially, outside — the classroom bagged this year’s Mariamma Varkey Award for inspirational and outstanding teaching at GEMS. Luke...
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Sustainable Fashion Challenge 2018

As we know that the fashion industry is the largest polluting industry in the world? The fashion industry is responsible for 10 percent of the carbon footprint of the world as well as it being the second greatest polluter...

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