UAE: Government schools to reopen from January 17

SourceGulf Insider
SectorEducation
CountryUAE

Schools governed by the UAE Ministry of Education (MoE) will welcome back students in half of their total capacity in the second term of the 2020-2021 academic year, the MoE announced on Monday.Students enrolled from Grade 9 to 12 will return to school premises from January 17 onwards. The MoE has developed an action plan for the students’ safe return to schools.The MoE had announced on December 29, 2020, that it had decided to implement distance learning in all its schools during the first two weeks of the second term.Comments Read NextNovember 1, 2020UAE: Government approves $15.8 billion budget for 2021October 30, 2020UAE: Public warned against accessing websites to obtain government dataSeptember 19, 2020Kuwait announces e-learning schedule for public schoolsSeptember 10, 2020American School of Bahrain to welcome students with safe proceduresSeptember 7, 2020Bahrain Bayan School Reopens for StudentsSeptember 6, 2020Kuwait: Schools expected to reopen in NovemberSeptember 2, 2020UAE: Some schools switch to distance learning after suspected COVID-19 casesAugust 30, 2020Abu Dhabi: Out of 5,100 enrolled students, only 11 came to this schoolAugust 27, 2020Schools may have to close if COVID-19 cases increase, says UAE MinistryJuly 27, 2020AUBH is Fully Prepared for a Safe Reopening in September ...read more...