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UAE: Coronavirus testing begins for Abu Dhabi students

UAE: Coronavirus testing begins for Abu Dhabi students

Over 56,000 Covid-19 tests on students and staff have been conducted in Abu Dhabi as part of a major precautionary…
Bahrain gears up for new academic year with televised lessons

Bahrain gears up for new academic year with televised lessons

Video lessons for various classes are being designed and shot by the Education ministry in full swing for the new…
Saudi Arabia: Schools advised against corporal punishment

Saudi Arabia: Schools advised against corporal punishment

Saudi Arabia’s state rights watchdog has urged schools against using corporal punishment or other penalties that could discourage children from…
Schools may have to close if COVID-19 cases increase, says UAE Ministry

Schools may have to close if COVID-19 cases increase, says UAE Ministry

UAE schools may have to operate at reduced capacity for in-class learning or even close temporarily and resort to e-learning…
Saudi: Vacant seats in kindergarten may reach 90%

Saudi: Vacant seats in kindergarten may reach 90%

The numbers of students in Saudi private schools has decreased drastically amid the coronavirus pandemic, and with it the rates…
University of Bahrain launches six new postgraduate programs

University of Bahrain launches six new postgraduate programs

The University of Bahrain (UoB) launched six new postgraduate programs, in response to the requirements of the renewable labor market.…
Bahrain launches online student transfer service

Bahrain launches online student transfer service

The Ministry of Education, in cooperation with the Information & eGovernment Authority (iGA), launched a Student Transfer eService via the…
Qatar: Public school enrollment, transfer to reopen from 23rd Aug

Qatar: Public school enrollment, transfer to reopen from 23rd Aug

The Ministry of Education and Higher Education announced that student enrollment and transfer in public schools for the 2020/21 academic…
Saudi has the youngest teachers globally with an average age of 38

Saudi has the youngest teachers globally with an average age of 38

Saudi Arabia’s schoolteachers and principals are the youngest as compared to many other countries, according to the Teaching and Learning…
Bahrain: Training programmes set for new academic year

Bahrain: Training programmes set for new academic year

Education Minister, Dr. Majid bin Ali Al-Nuaimi, has revealed that the Ministry’s training plan for the coming academic year includes…
Saudi: Over 185 schools agree to cut fees by half

Saudi: Over 185 schools agree to cut fees by half

Owners of 186 private schools have agreed to cut their fees by half in the first semester of the new…
Bahrain: Students to return to school in September

Bahrain: Students to return to school in September

The administrative and teaching staff will resume work on September 6 as previously announced, said the Ministry of Education. In…
How can parents support online learning?

How can parents support online learning?

Shaikha Latifa Al Khalifa, Co-founder & CEO of Clever Play Kids need a strong support system to thrive in learning…
Ensuring that students are ready to learn

Ensuring that students are ready to learn

School leaders and their teams are busily working towards being ready for the new school year. Of course, this year,…
Tips for Applying for Scholarships

Tips for Applying for Scholarships

Wondering how to increase your chances of getting a scholarship? Read on! Applying for a scholarship is one of the…
Saudi: Distance learning to continue for 7 more weeks

Saudi: Distance learning to continue for 7 more weeks

Saudi Arabia will resume the new school year via distance learning programs for seven weeks in all public schools due…
Saudi: Administrative staff to return to schools on Sunday

Saudi: Administrative staff to return to schools on Sunday

More than 114,000 administrative employees across the schools in Saudi Arabia will be back at work on Sunday in preparation…
Gulf Insider talks to Mark Whitfield, Education Director of Britus Education

Gulf Insider talks to Mark Whitfield, Education Director of Britus Education

In this episode of Education_bh, Gulf Insider talks to Mark Whitfield, Education Director of Britus Education. The interview answers the following…
Gulf Insider talks to Julie Anne Gilbert, Infant School Head Teacher of the British School of Bahrain

Gulf Insider talks to Julie Anne Gilbert, Infant School Head Teacher of the British School of Bahrain

In this episode of Education_BH, Gulf Insider talks to Julie Anne Gilbert, Infant School Head Teacher of the British School of…
Sharjah students required to take COVID-19 test before campus return

Sharjah students required to take COVID-19 test before campus return

All students, teachers and staff of private schools in Sharjah must test negative for Covid-19 before in-person classes begin in…
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