The board will be tasked with the development of policies, strategies, initiatives and standards related to the education sector in the UAE.
The board will be tasked with the development of policies, strategies, initiatives and standards related to the education sector in the UAE. It will also propose regulations to enhance the learning environment and propose education programmes in public schools with the aim of reaching an integrated educational system that contributes to the advancement of education.
The Board includes Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, Khalfan Juma Belhoul, CEO of Dubai Future Foundation, Dr. Raja Easa Al Gurg, Managing Director of the Easa Saleh Al Gurg Group, and Najla Al Midfa, General Manager of Sharjah Entrepreneurship. It also includes the following; the Assistant Undersecretary for Knowledge and Cultural Policies at the Ministry of Culture and Knowledge Development, the Director of the Higher Colleges of Technology Complex, a representative of the Ministry of Community Development and a representative of the Federal Youth Authority.
The Emirates Schools Establishment was established as an independent entity to manage and operate public schools in order to advance the education sector in line with UAE objectives. It oversees the implementation of policies, strategies, and standards related to the education sector.
The installation takes its inspiration from the characteristic of "unity” in the UAE’s folkloric dance, Al-Ayyalah, a combination of poetry, drum music, and simple movements.
The Bukhatir Education Advancement and Management (BEAM) celebrated the excellence of its inspiring teachers and staff members at the annual Nujoom, ‘The Night of Stars’ Awards. This prestigious event exemplifies BEAM’s dedication in recognising the efforts and commitment of the teachers and staff who are helping educate the future leaders of the UAE.
A four-member Sharjah delegation led by the Sharjah Baby Friendly Office (SBFO) has participated in the second Child and Youth Advisory Board Meeting, organised last week by the UN Children’s Fund (Unicef) in Madrid.
Abu Dhabi University (ADU) celebrated the 13th commencement ceremony for the Spring Class of 2019, with a total of 1,762 graduates. The graduates included 763 undergraduate students, 999 postgraduate students, and students from the military programme. During the commencement ceremony, the university honoured 792 outstanding students who graduated with distinction.
The Fujairah appellate court adjourned the case of a restaurant worker charged with sending pornographic pictures and videos to an Arab girl who ordered a meal at the restaurant.
In celebration of the Year of Tolerance, Gurudwara Guru Nanak Darbar Dubai has announced that the Dubai Sikh Temple will be welcoming Muslim brethren to its dining hall for Mughrib prayers and Iftar during the entire month of Ramadan this year.
Prime Minister Imran Khan’s public acknowledgement in Tehran that terrorists had in the past misused Pakistani territory to undertake attacks against Iran, and other statements concerning foreign countries, came under a blistering attack by the opposition in the National Assembly on Tuesday.
Police in Peshawar arrested a man on Tuesday after he allegedly spread misinformation about the anti-polio vaccine in a series of videos that went viral on social media, a day after hundreds of children in different cities complained of illness and were admitted to hospitals in the midst of a province-wide anti-polio drive.