Abu Dhabi public school teachers see room for curriculum improvement
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Abu Dhabi public school teachers see room for curriculum improvement

Abu Dhabi public school teachers see room for curriculum improvement

According to a study by the Abu Dhabi Education Council (Adec), around 49% of public school teachers in the emirate believe that the current curriculum fails to equips pupils with the skills required to join higher education institutions, Gulf News has reported. Among more than 8,000 teachers who responded to the survey, nearly 40% would also like more freedom to pursue the professional development programmes they require, the survey found. "Teachers also showed that they wanted to be more involved in school business and management, and are looking for training in learning technologies," said Dr Masoud Badri, executive director of research, planning and performance at the Adec.

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