ADEC releases names of poor performing Abu Dhabi schools banned from enroling new studentsMay 31, 2017, 10:55 am GMT
The Abu Dhabi Education Council has released the list of poor performing private schools that have been banned from enroling new students.
The school regulator announced last week that 23 schools in the emirate rated Weak or Very Weak would not be allowed to register new students until they achieve "at least 'satisfcatory' performance levels" in the next inspection cycle.
Schools in Abu Dhabi are inspected every two years.
As part of the inspection programme, ADEC provides schools with feedback that highlights the weaknesses in the school performance. Schools are also required to provide improvement plans and performance development strategies.
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