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.
His Highness’ directives came during remarks he made via the Direct Line Programme broadcast live on Sharjah Radio. Sheikh Sultan also instructed SPEA to set the number of teaching classes for each teacher to 24 per week, approximately 5 teaching classes per day.
It is unfortunate to learn that a large number of students in the UAE have been spending five hours daily on social media using their smart phones (refer to Gulf Today news, ‘Nearly 70% of UAE students use social media for 5 hours daily’, published on Aug.1, 2019.). If true, the study conducted by a team of students
The year 2019 ended on a high note for Emirate Publishers Association (EPA) as it was marked by a series of milestones including the debut of the Educational Publishing Seminar, introduction of new services and initiatives for the publishing fraternity in the UAE, and the continued representation of Emirati publishers at regional and international events, exhibitions and seminars.
Sheikh Hamdan said, “The private sector is a major partner in Dubai's development process."
Tendance Ouest radio reported on its Twitter feed that the Fire was burning in an old Lipton warehouse. Local news websites showed smoke funnelling skywards from the depot, visible kilometres (miles) away.
Two of the gang members came to take the narcotics upon the instructions of their leaders, Hareb said, adding that the suspects took out part of the narcotics estimated at 22 kilograms of crystal from the warehouse to a Sharjah industrial area to be hidden until new instructions would be received.