The educational revolution in the UAE

The educational revolution in the UAE
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Abu Dhabi: UAE announces extensive reforms in education sector. It appoints 3 new ministers and establishes the Federal Authority for Early Education for Primary Education. The new Minister of Education is Dr. Ahmed Belhoul al-Falasi. Sarah Al-Amiri was appointed Minister for State for Public Education, Future Technology, and Sarah Musallam was appointed Minister for State for Primary Education. yaayirunnuDr. Ahmed Belhol. Sarah Amiri was Minister of State for Advanced Technology.

After meeting with President Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum made this important announcement. He also instructed to review the laws and policies in education. The new ministers were directed by Sheikh Mohammed to improve government schools and integrate them with the most recent technology. He also instructed them to develop a comprehensive plan to support primary education. Sheikh Mohammed said that the reform will equip graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary for their future careers.

This will require new regulations and curriculum. Sheikh Mohammed stated that today’s education sector and aspirations are different from yesterday. The Federal Authority for Early Education is a federal agency that aims to promote holistic education for children from birth through grade 4. The Authority will continue to monitor the children’s personality development and character formation. This includes their health at this time. The Authority will develop policies, strategies and legislation related to education for children.

A Ministry-affiliated authority will oversee the quality of primary education, and make any necessary changes. Sarah Al Amiri is an engineer who led historic missions for the UAE space agency, including the sending of a spacecraft to Mars and an astronaut into the International Space Station. She is expected to now revolutionize technology in education. Sarah Al-Amiri was asked to develop a comprehensive plan for renovating public schools. The Education and Human Resources Council was reorganized by Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan (Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation).

The Council will oversee the future development and meeting of social and economic needs. Sheikh Mohammed expressed gratitude to Jamela Al Muhairi, Minister of Education in the past, and Hussein Al Hammadi, Minister of State for Public Education in the present for their assistance.

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