Dubai’s Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) has slammed two of Dubai’s three Pakistani schools for their unsatisfactory performance. Both Al Farooq Pakistani Islamic School and Pakistan Education Academy have been ranked “unsatisfactory” as a part of the KHDA’s inspections of 23 Indian and Pakistani schools.
Management issues involving some dispute over ownership in the Pakistan Education Academy had have adverse impact over the teaching atmosphere of the school. KHDA also raised questions over attainment and progress of the children. Library conditions were also scrutinized and left unsatisfactory note by the authority.
Meanwhile, Al Majd School, Buds Public School and Little Flowers Indian School were also slammed for their unsatisfactory performance in the recent grading by the authority. No Indian school has been found outstanding while seven schools have been ranked “good”.
Delhi Private School has been hailed for its efforts to promote Islam and it enjoyed continuity and stability. Performance of Little Flowers English School, Buds Public School, Al Majd Indian School, the Kindergarten Starters, and the Elite English School etc have also been checked and ended with mixed response.
More information can be found at www. khda. gov. ae
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