Teachers in United Arab Emirates seek to prioritize Arabic

04/14/2013 | National (Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates), The

In Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 61 teachers recently participated in a conference to discuss the need for schools to focus more on Arab language instruction. At the conference, held by Aldar Academics and Cambridge Education in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Education Council, some said that science, math and English are being prioritized in schools over Arabic.

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