UAE focused on improving education

03/18/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

In this interview, Sheik Nahayan bin Mubarak al-Nahayan, who recently stepped down as the United Arab Emirates' education minister, says the country was able to recruit more top teachers by switching the language of education from Arabic to English. He also explains the decision to purchase 14,000 iPads for universities and the focus on helping young people secure jobs after graduation.

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