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Ajman University Offers 30% Discount for Indigent Students

Ajman University (AU), as part of its social responsibility and dedication to vulnerable segments of the society, is to offer a 30% discount on...

Investment in Education Needed to Meet Emerging Cities’ Quality Schools Shortfall

Players in the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) education sector are attributing the market’s steady growth to a shift in consumer preference that has seen...

Pearson Middle East calls for nominations for the 9th BTEC Awards

Recognising and celebrating inspiring students, teachers, schools & colleges from around the world Pearson, the digital learning company, is inviting nominations for the BTEC Awards...

Behavior in High School Predicts Success Later in Life

Being a responsible student, maintaining an interest in school and having good reading and writing skills will not only help a teenager get good...

59 Million Children Don’t Have Access to Education

Education is a crucial resource for kids all over the world. Have you ever wondered what it's like to go to school in other...

American Consultant Pinpoints Educational Takeaways from UAE

As an American education researcher and consultant based in Dubai, Allen Kenneth Schaidle is constantly comparing developments and achievements in the sphere of education....

Afterschool Programs Linked to Academic Confidence and Skills

Afterschool programs with positive, responsive, and organized environments can have academic benefits for students, finds a new study by NYU Steinhardt School of Culture,...

How Economic Factors Influence Parenting Style

Settling on a parenting style is challenging. Is it better to be strict or more lenient? Have helicopter parents found the right approach to...

How Educational Preferences Differ in Advanced and Emerging Countries

Publics around the world disagree about which is more important to emphasize in school: creative thinking or basic academic skills and discipline. Here are four...

Cost of Education in UAE 2nd Highest Worldwide

When it comes to investing in a child's education, parents in Hong Kong spend the most; on average over $130,000 from primary school all...

Does Money Affect Children’s Outcomes

Poorer children have worse cognitive, social-behavioural and health outcomes because they are poor, and not just because poverty is correlated with other household and...

Emirati Scholarship Programme Open for Applications

The Mohammed Bin Rashid Distinguished Students Programme is now accepting applications from Emirati students for the coming school year, which starts in September. Open to...

6 Ironman on 6 Continents: Raising Funds for Children’s Education

Maria Conceição exceeds expectations again with a new Challenge - 6X6 Challenge How far would you go to honour your promise? “As far as I need...

Dubai private schools permitted to increase fees

Once again, Dubai’s private schools have been permitted to increase their already quite high fees. Depending on their inspection rating, schools are allowed now...

Dubai Saturday Club for students kicks off this week

A new club that will offer students aged 13 to 16 workshops and master classes to nurture their creativity was launched by the Knowledge...

Education expo to showcase innovations in classroom design

Schools across the Gulf region are turning to innovations in classroom design to increase engagement in the classroom. Changes are happening in a growing number...

Study Links Wealth and Power to Elite Universities

New research on the link between wealth and education has characterized the persona most likely to succeed – highly educated, cognitively able and intellectually...

The Effects of Bullying

Via: Zayed Law of Chicago