With schools closed, some children feel less pressure to meet deadlines and are able to rest better. They are actually thriving at their studies.
This month’s series of sessions will honour those who perhaps have recently been unable to be with their children and read stories to them, due to being occupied by their duties on the frontlines and serving the country in its fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
On a quiet road in India's capital, tucked away on a wide, red-bricked sidewalk, kids set adrift by the country's COVID-19 lockdown are being tutored.
The Sharjah Private Education Authority and Sharjah Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Team announced the gradual return of students to schools on Sunday.
STEM, the study of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics is seen to be vital for the future and students are being encouraged to look at STEM based careers.
With tensions between the US and China heating up, there are increasing calls for expelling or barring Chinese nationals from US universities and corporations.
“I just can’t wait to speak to her teacher once they’re back in. I want to know how my daughter’s doing. I want to know how she compares to the rest of her class.” This is a quote from a focus group that I ran last month to find out how parents had got on as
Sheikh Mohammed added: “We began by adopting the general framework for the media strategy of the UAE in the next phase.”
A question for parents: do you think “yay, school’s out” on Friday night before taking a deep dive into a beverage produced from grain or grape containing ethanol? You might have learned the chemical formula for that over the past week, hey.