Dubai’s Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) to open four new schools in the 2020-21 academic year, across different areas in Dubai.
These schools will together create over 4,100 new seats providing parents with more education choices, Wam reported.
Speaking about the schools CEO of KHDA’s Permits and Compliance Sector, Mohammed Darwish, said: “New schools will bring new educational models that are in line with changing expectations of families.”
The schools will be located in Abu Hail, Dubai Silicon Oasis, Jebel Ali, and Al Rashidiya, offering a choice of UK, US, and Indian curriculum.
Darwish added: “The private education sector in Dubai continues to see growth and demonstrate its resilience.
“We have grown year-on-year and Dubai is today home to around 300,000 students. The availability of high-quality education choices has been instrumental in helping Dubai achieve its strategic goals.”
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