UAE: Ministry of Education seeks public input on unified school assessment plan – News

The movement is undertaken to develop educational institutions and improve its output to achieve the ambitious agenda of the UAE.

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Published: Thu 24 Feb 2022, 15:14

Last update: Thu 24 Feb 2022, 15:21

The Ministry of Education has solicited suggestions from parents and the public on developing a unified evaluation and inspection system for schools in the UAE.

“The Ministry of Education (MoE) invites you to participate in the online survey ‘Public Views on the Development of the New Unified Framework for School Assessment and Inspection in the UAE’,” the MoE tweeted.

The move is undertaken to develop the educational institutions in the country and improve its output to achieve the ambitious agenda of the UAE.

“We have worked in cooperation with all the local education authorities, including the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK), the Human Development and Knowledge Authority (KHDA) in Dubai, the Sharjah Private Education (SPEA) and Educational Institutions of the Emirates (ESE) in developing an educational institution assessment framework,” the Ministry of Education said.

This framework provides a unified assessment and inspection system in the United Arab Emirates, in line with the Centenary Vision 2071 and meets the needs of public and private education institutions in the country.

According to the authorities, the new system includes evaluation criteria taking into account future needs. It also contributes to the achievement of national priorities and supports the government system in the UAE in line with international best practices.

“This new framework includes three areas.

Vision Achievement: This area includes all aspects of student achievement and focuses on measuring a school’s success in enabling each student to reach their full potential. It pays attention to quality standards of student achievement, academic, personal and social development and well-being, and academic standards.

Facilitators – Learner Delivery: This area focuses on evaluating various school community activities that contribute to enabling students to achieve desired outcomes.

Impact of leadership and management: The third area measures the impact of school and board leadership on empowering students to achieve their potential.

According to the Ministry of Education, the main purpose of the survey is to take into account the views of the public and relevant stakeholders and gauge their satisfaction with the new unified assessment and training framework. inspection of schools in the UAE. The ministry will also analyze and use the data for continuous improvement and framework development.

The ministry and the national education authorities will take into consideration all opinions and opinions regarding the possibilities of improving and developing the framework in order to meet the common aspirations of each.

People can take the survey online.

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