Monday, January 30, 2006

Public education sector enlists private partners :: Gulf News

The project aims to build a new education system in Abu Dhabi to restore public trust and confidence in public education, said an Abu Dhabi Education Council official.
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Shaikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister for Presidential Affairs and Vice-President of the Abu Dhabi Education Council, said the partnership is intended to increase the professional standards of national staff while ensuring their professional development.

Shaikh Mansour noted the partnership provides a measure of independence to each school administration.
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Principals and teachers, including national staff, will get improved job incentives and professional development opportunities.
I am impressed. Perhaps someone has been listening to economists?



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