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Combating coronavirus: Schools in UAE consider segregating students for next academic year

On-campus learning had been suspended across all educational institutions in the UAE in March.

Schools in the UAE are looking to create micro-groups of pupils who will arrive at different times and stay in their own zones for the next academic year.

On-campus learning had been suspended across all educational institutions in the UAE in March as a precautionary measure against the spread of Covid-19. Education went online as schools and colleges implemented e-learning. Various private school groups in Dubai have expressed their intention to re-open school campuses in different stages following the summer break.

“We have been closely observing and communicating with schools that have opened prior to the summer in Scandinavia, the Far East and Europe and learning from their best practices. The shared, extensive knowledge gained from our international colleagues means that our schools will have a tremendous advantage derived from their collective experiences,” said Alan Williamson, CEO at Taleem.

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