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The Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau (DSIB) is to revise its inspection process this year to set an action plan for unsatisfactory schools and change the frequency of appraisals for institutions with strong performances, The National has reported. During its third round of assessments, which is to end in March, DSIB found eleven schools didn't meet inspection criteria. These schools were visited three times, with a follow-up every three months. "The inspection strategy is under review and we will be looking into a plan for unsatisfactory schools, the frequency of the inspections and the period of our visits," Jameela al Muhairi, director of DSIB said.