Two years back, a group of young parents, in one of their bonding sessions discussed options for the protection of their children from any possible form of bullying inside classrooms and within campuses. That was the time when the social media overflowed with cases of that “act of harm, intimidation or coercion” such as in the US, Canada, the Netherlands and the Philippines. One option tackled was homeschooling or home education.
A clinical psychologist and a specialist general paediatrician believe that parents should be more engaging with their children and must have more patience and time with them to discuss their feelings to erase misconceptions or prevent worst scenarios related to the COVID-19 global outbreak.
The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) has introduced a new resource that will provide parents of private school students with comprehensive and reliable information about school fees.
In its circular No. 10 of 2022, the authority urged all ministries and federal entities to enable their employees to benefit from the flexibility offered by the “back to school” policy.
It’s a proud moment for parents when a child starts a new school. They stand on the stairs in their neatly pressed uniform, smiling (hopefully) for the obligatory photo,
It’s odd: You’re having dinner with friends in a nice restaurant. One of them reaches for the breadsticks and carelessly elbows his water glass, swamping the tablecloth. Immediately, his concerned fellow diners express solicitude and reassurance in response to the abashed offender’s apologies. Spare napkins are offered to stem the flood.
Now, a group of scientists from Japan believe they have found the best way to soothe a squalling infant within minutes.
The announcement follows the release of the annual Education Cost Index (ECI), calculated by the Dubai Statistics Centre at -2.35 per cent.
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