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Hundreds of new teachers arrive in Abu Dhabi to prepare for new academic year
Educators look forward to life in emirate's public schools
Adec's summer programmes attract 18,000 pupils
The programmes were to encourage pupils to make the most of their leisure time during the summer holiday while enjoying scientific, artistic, sports, cultural and heritage activities and workshops.
Pre-university year for Emiratis won't be phased out yet, officials say
New target set for 2021 as too few school graduates are ready to go straight into first year of university and instead must complete the foundation year first.
Abu Dhabi students play police for a day
At the Future Police summer academy, some rehearsed responding to emergency calls
Bangladesh visa freeze hurting teacher recruitment, says school principal
The leader of Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Bangladesh Islamia School says children are losing their Bangladeshi culture as they cannot recruit more teachers from their homeland.
Rising materialism a threat to life satisfaction, finds UAE study
Zayed University researchers caution against conspicuous consumption
One in four UAE 15-year-olds bullied each month: report
The report found that the UAE had a higher than average number of pupils being bullied but also rated their life satisfaction 7.30 on a scale of 0 to 10
Almost 20,000 pupils take part in Adec's 'lema?'
School outreach programme aims to engage students in science, technology, engineering and maths
Tens of thousands of Ajman residents taught how to protect themselves from crime
Ajman Police held 105 lectures during the first half of the year.
Two more Dubai pupils named International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme toppers
UAE toppers are among only 218 pupils worldwide who achieve a perfect marks