Sharjah to carry out private school inspections

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The Sharjah Private Education Authority (SPEA) will carry out a series of inspections across 14 private schools in the emirate, as the new academic year kicks off.

It is part of efforts by the authority to enhance direct interaction with private schools in the emirate and provide support and direct supervision.

The delegation will be headed by Dr. Muhadditha Al Hashimi, Chairperson of SPEA, and will include Ali Al Hosani, Director of SPEA, and members of the administrative body.

They will meet school principals and teachers, and tour various classrooms and facilities, with inspections continuing until the end of the third week of the first semester.

The aim is to monitor the regularity of working hours, progress of the educational process, and verifying the approved study programmes across a variety of educational curricula, the SPEA added.

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