Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Education

Expat Life in GCC, Accident rates and fatalities, Qualification of Employees in Job Sector in GCC, Healthy Lifestyle, Climate Updates and Implementation of Road Safety Measures.

UAE To Implement World’s First Moral Education Exam

The UAE is all set to roll out a standardized test to assess moral education nationwide, making it the first country to quantify how...

UAE: Father chases school bus to confront son’s bully

A man has been charged with insult and endangering the lives of students after he chased after a bus in his car and forced...

Dubai Private Schools To Get New Guidelines

All private schools across Dubai are now required to have an inclusion support team to support the principal in making the school fully inclusive,...

Oman: Expats Banned In Certain Private Sector Education Jobs

Oman has issued a ban on expats holding certain positions in private higher education institutions and private training institutions.The new decree issued by the...

UAE: Man Killed As Gunshots Fired In High-Speed Car Chase

A young man was killed after a high-speed chase with police led to gunshots and a deadly collision in Al Ain, the police said on...

Bahrain: School ‘Charges VAT For Services’ and Later Apologises

A private school in Bahrain allegedly charged VAT on some of their services, which put it under scrutiny from the public and the authorities.According...

Saudi Plans Its Own Space Agency; King’s Son Named As Chairman

Saudi Arabia has announced plans to set up its own space agency, with King Salman's son named as its chairman.As part of a series...

“Bahrain’s No Homework Rule Will Not Stick In UAE”

School children hoping for homework to be abolished in the UAE, as it will be in Bahrain next year, will be disappointed to learn...

Bahrain: Homework is banned; Students happy!

Education Minister Dr Majid Al Nuaimi has issued a decision approving the recommendation of the ministry’s development commissions to ban homework for students and...

Expats Seek Residence Permit Renewal For Dependents Above 25

SAUDI: Several expatriates have urged the General Directorate of Passports (Jawazat) to allow them to renew the residence permits (iqamas) of their children above...
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