Oct 03, 2016

Education is an engine of growth and change - The National - Airiters

The Ministry of Education firmly believes that education is an engine of growth for the future.  In 2010, the Government launched Vision 2021. Education reform, becoming a knowledge economy and a nation of lifelong learners are all key components, alongside the UAE’s enduring aim to be a green economy for future generations. This means that

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