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Dubai: Schools of top ranking
Dubai school rankings
UAE students outshine Indian peers
Dubai: Schools of top ranking The education system in the UAE has been under the microscope for some time now. Since October 2010 and April 2011, the DSIB ( Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau) has inspected 136 private and public schools to fulfill their survey ranking. Six private schools were ranked as outstanding according to the analytical survey Read the Full Story
Dubai school rankings During recent inspection results, astonishingly positive figures leaked through with the KHDA surveys. the Knowledge and Human Development Authority had surveyed 30,000 parents and concluded that in fact, only 1 out of 8 parents are not satisfied with the education system or extra curricular activities offered at private schools. Read the Full Story
UAE students outshine Indian peers Students in the UAE have performed better than their Indian counterparts in the prestigious Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) results for Grade 12. Twelfth grade is the final year of secondary school in most countries after which students usually go to college. Read the Full Story

Higher Education in the Middle East and the Next Generation of Arab Leaders

 

EDUCATION IN THE ARAB WORLD: PROBLEMS AND WAYS OF IMPROVEMENT by Ahmed Elsayed

EDUCATION IN THE ARAB WORLD:
PROBLEMS AND WAYS OF IMPROVEMENT
by Ahmed Elsayed


Education is no doubt a key factor in building economies and welfare of nations. Despite the significant increase in the expenditure and investments some Arab countries have put in the education sector over the past two decades, it's very obvious that Arab educational systems are still not as good and rewarding as they should be with all the financial, human, cultural and other resources that this region has.

Firstly, the following points should be made clear: (1) with 22 Arab countries, things vary in so many ways. (2) problems are spread across all levels of education. And (3) those problems are accumulative; they piled up over nearly a century of educational history. Requesting a fast and effective cure is not realistic.
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