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Mohammed Ibrahim, Staff Reporter
The public and private schools that follow the curriculum of the Ministry of Education, along with nurseries and adult education will receive more than 1.2 million students on Sunday ( Aug.29, 2021), to mark the start of the new school year 2021-2022.
This academic year will feature three modes of learning namely: face-to-face, hybrid and distance learning.
According to the gradual return to schools plan, educational institutions will receive 50 per cent of students during the first week, to reach 100 per cent in the second week.
The results of a study conducted to determine the extent of parents' desire to return their children to school showed that the percentage of those who support face-to-face learning are 73% compared to 27% who prefer distance learning.
A teacher working for a public school in the Northern Emirates accuses a 9th grade student’s mother of insulting him in front of his students at school and his children at home.
The Ministry of Education (MoE) affirmed in a circular which was sent to all staff the necessity to conduct a weekly PCR test, whose negative result should be submitted on entering the workplace. This, according to the circular includes those who received the first dose of the “COVID-19” vaccine.
The Ministry of Education supports “Masterpieces” programme students’ initiative to recreate and perform the popular Arabic song “La Moustahila”, as part of the ministry’s keenness to contribute effectively in supporting the national campaign “Stay Home”.
The initial attack came at about 12:30pm when the man, identified as a former police officer, entered the childcare center in the town of Nongbua Lamphu, authorities said.
Given the benefits of foreign direct investment for the U.S. economy, Congress created the EB-5 Regional Center Program in 1992 to further incentivize foreign investors to participate in the program.
Saad is working in an aluminium factory in Abu Dhabi and regularly takes part in Mahzooz. He is a mechanic and earns Dhs2000 per month. He is supporting a family (living in Abbottabad, Pakistan) which includes his sister, mother, wife.
Authorities in Merced County said Jesus Manuel Salgado, 48, was a suspect in the family's deaths and was in custody. They were attempting to speak with Salgado, who was hospitalised after trying to kill himself before being taken into custody.