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UAE freezes student registration in 26 private schools

As part of its keenness to raise the quality of education across Abu Dhabi schools, ADEC has ceased the registration of new or transferring students to private schools that received 'Poor' or 'Very Poor' performance rankings as per ADEC's School Inspection report.

Twenty-six schools across the three regional offices (Abu Dhabi, the Al Ain Region, and the Al Dhafrah Region) have been officially informed about the decision earlier in March 2017, and are expected to comply.

Engineer Hamad Al Dhaheri, ADEC's Executive Director of Private Schools and Quality Assurance sector, pointed out that the decision shall remain in place until those schools receive at least 'Satisfactory' performance levels in the next inspection cycle as per ADEC's Irtiqa'a programme. Al Dhaheri emphasized that these schools should take serious action to reform their education process in order to meet ADEC's expectations and requirements.

As part of Irtiqa'a inspection programme, ADEC provides schools with detailed feedback and reports that highlight the weaknesses in the school performance. Schools are also required to provide improvement plans and performance development strategies.

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