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A must-read book on education in the UAE

New book about the Education in the UAE

The College of Education at the United Arab Emirates University, in participation with the Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research, has distributed a book: “Schooling in the United Arab Emirates: Philosophy, Roles, and Future Development Visions.”

Dr. Ousha Al Muhairi, Dr. Najwa Alhosani, Dr. Ghadah Al Morshedi, Dr. Ali Saeed Al Kaabi, Dr. Mohammed Obaid Al Dhanhani, and Dr. Mohammed Jassim Al Ali composed this book.

The book incorporates six parts, the main section tends to comprehensive schooling in the UAE, troubles, future difficulties, and improvement ways, and spotlights on the Ministry of Education, Special Education Department’s strategy of comprehensive training.

The subsequent section reveals insight into the techniques for educational plan improvement in a few created nations. It examines the significance of educational plan advancement on the planet by and large, and in the UAE specifically. The third section characterizes worldwide citizenship training approaches and methodologies for the following fifty years in the UAE.

The fourth part investigates the eventual fate of schooling and late changes. The fifth section talks about the significance of creating Arabic language training considering the UAE future dreams, particularly the UAE Centennial 2071, so these educational plans stay up with future changes, face difficulties, and address issues. The last part presents the contemporary patterns in educational programs, which can uphold public personality and citizenship to stay up with the UAE work to foster a top-notch school system, towards the objective of becoming quite possibly of the best country on the planet.

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