More than 70 per cent of students in Dubai’s Indian-curriculum schools now receive ‘good’ or better quality education.
The Knowledge and Human Development Authority's (KHDA) latest inspection report shows significant progress in leadership, teaching standards and self-evaluation in Indian schools.
Of the 31 institutions that were inspected, one was ranked ‘outstanding’, 15 rated ‘good’, five ‘very good’, nine ‘acceptable’ and one rated ‘weak’.
Meanwhile, of the two schools that offer a Pakistani curriculum, one improved from 'weak' to 'acceptable' while the other was downgraded form 'acceptable' to 'weak'.
Fatma Belrehif, CEO of Dubai School Inspection Bureau, explains.