DUBAI // The results of follow-up inspections of 22 schools deemed "unsatisfactory" by the Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau will be published online today. The state news agency, WAM, reported last night that the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) would post the follow-up reports at www.khda.gov.ae today, providing details of what action the 22 schools have taken to improve. "These schools had been inspected over the last few months to ensure they had implemented the recommendations issued by the bureau this year," WAM said.
Some schools had already installed measures to address the shortcomings highlighted in the inspections, while others were still doing so, WAM said. Jamila al Muhairi, head of the KHDA's inspections bureau, said: "Post-follow-up inspection of schools which performed poorly will continue until the development goals are reached through inspecting separately every single school."