25 October 2016Last updated

Features | Reportage

Top Dubai schools can opt out of inspections

New Knowledge and Human Development Authority option involves self-evaluation and partnerships between schools

Faisal Masudi
28 Jun 2016 | 11:45 am
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‘Outstanding’ and ‘Very Good’ Dubai schools will be allowed to opt out of the regular inspections if they choose a “differentiated inspection” based on self-evaluation and sharing excellence with other schools, it was announced on Monday.

The option is part of a new initiative of the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), whose Dubai School Inspection Bureau (DSIB) rates schools Outstanding, Very Good, Good, Acceptable, Weak and Very Weak, based on annual inspections.

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Faisal Masudi

Faisal Masudi

Staff Reporter, Gulf News