Abu Dhabi schools can now have 30 students in a class

SourceKhaleej Times
SectorEducation
CountryUAE

All students may physically return to private schools from Sunday (February 14) with a maximum number of 30 pupils allowed in a classroom, said the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (Adek), ahead of the resumption of face-to-face learning. Also read: 100% e-learning in select UAE schools After two past deferments, students will be back for traditional classroom learning. And some of the grades will be returning after 10 months of remote learning. In the policy updates for the new term, the Adek noted that all students may physically return to school starting February 14 but because of capacity constraints, some schools may still not be able to welcome everyone back simultaneously. Also look: UAE teacher works online while waiting for Covid jab Adek has offered the option of e-learning, in the guidelines to be followed by parents for the new term. “Your child can continue distance learning if this is your preferred learning mode. Parents must commit to a learning mode – distance learning or face-to-face – at the beginning of the term.” The permitted capacity of students in a classroom has been raised. “The maximum number of students allowed in one class has ...read more...