As the Data was released by the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), yesterday, it was revealed that around 18 schools in Dubai have improved their ratings during the inspections carried out.
The KHDA director-general, Dr Abdulla Al Karam, said that the results were announced much ahead of time since it would lend the parents adequate time to ponder over the choice of schools for their wards.
The KHDA had designated the Dubai School Inspection Bureau (DSIB) to carry out the inspections of around 176 private schools in Dubai in order to ascertain their eligibility to hike the school fees. A total of 18 schools demonstrated their improvement as compared to last year.
Meanwhile, six schools slipped in their ratings while four others graduated from ‘very good’ to ‘outstanding’. Five schools were assigned as moving to ‘very good’ while six moved from ‘acceptable’ to ‘good’ and three from ‘weak’ to ‘acceptable’.
Log on to www.khda.gov.ae to get detailed information.