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Remote learning offered to students is exempted from this rule.
The Ministry of Education said the decision was taken as part of preventative and precautionary measures against the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, with the aim of protecting the health of students and the general public.
The Ministry stressed that the education sector is a priority receiving immense support from the UAE leadership, which is concertedly following up on educational developments and the future of pupils in the country.
A number of educational institutions across the UAE have announced financial packages and fee reduction to support the community in overcoming challenges posed by the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
Once again, the highlight of the first day of the school reopening remained traffic jams in Sharjah and Dubai. Residents of Sharjah experienced unprecedented traffic chaos. Children studying in Dubai schools and their parents were hit the most. However, the police officials were making all efforts to remove any hurdle that could lead to students' delay in reaching schools.
The Ministry of Education has mandated a no-homework policy across public schools in the UAE.
The growing trend of working remotely is set to be the new norm for the foreseeable future, with employers developing more flexible ways to conduct work. This will lead to a more agile, human-centered, inclusive system that depends on individuals as much as the management of their companies. To meet this rapid change, key policies and processes will need to be put in place, revealed a new report.
Sheikh Mohammed decrees promotion of Judge Abdul Qader Mousa Mohammed Abdul Rahman to Senior Cassation Judge and his appointment as Head of the Court of Cassation.
The video showed and travellers were adhering the mandatory preventive measure put in place by UAE for international travel.
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