Minister for Education Hussain Bin Ibrahim Al Hammadi and Minister of State for Public Education Jameela Al Muheiri have congratulated top ten of the 12th-grade students who achieved top scores in the 2018-2019 academic year.
The Ministry of Education said the lists of the top grade 12 students for both the general and advanced streams of all government and private schools adopting the ministry’s curriculum would be announced on July 10.
The Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT) in Fujairah hosted an awareness workshop organised by the Ministry of State for Federal National Council Affairs (MFNCA) and the Ministry of Education (MoE) to promote the culture of political participation and the upcoming FNC elections.
Sheikh Mohamed expressed his thanks and appreciation to the university management for this honour. He expressed his happiness and pride in receiving the certificate that, he said, "comes from one of the oldest scientific universities in the world."
Abu Dhabi Crown Prince congratulated the students and their parents for their efforts and persistence to obtain leading scores in their studies, wishing them continued success in their higher education pursuits.
The board will be tasked with the development of policies, strategies, initiatives and standards related to the education sector in the UAE.
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.
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.
Wafa Hamad Bin Sulaiman, Director of Welfare & Rehabilitation Centre Department for People of Determination, revealed the registration of (174) male and female students as per the recorded registration system.
The Ministry of Education (MoE) affirmed it will exempt two of its expatriate children from tuition fees, if the children are studying in a public school, provided there are no other children in private schools, and it will pay a maximum cash allowance of Dhs10,000 for each student studying in private schools.