UAE: Emirates Schools Establishment launches educational councils

UAE: Emirates Schools Establishment launches educational councils

The Taaleem Councils initiative was started by the Emirates Schools Establishment (ESE) with a focus on public school principals and teachers. The councils will consult with experts in education before making decisions.

The move comes in response to the direction of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai.

Salah bint Youssef Al-Amiri, Minister of State for Education and Advanced Technologies and Chair of the Emirates Schools Establishment, Talim Council includes three councils: School Leadership Council, Teachers’ Council, Young Teachers’ Council.

They aim to engage educational professionals who set up programs to improve academic performance. Councils also support important decisions within the organization. In addition, it helps you find and develop effective and innovative solutions to academic challenges. The council includes educational representatives from public schools run by ESE.

The school board has 14 members, including two principals from each emirate. It involves school leaders in decision-making processes, designing system features and policies, addressing school-level organizational frameworks, and engaging public school leaders in developing school systems of work.

The Council is open for nominations to all ESE employees, regardless of nationality. The board is renewed every two of her academic years. The ESE requires that those wishing to join the Council have at least three years of professional experience as a Principal.

The Council will consist of 14 members, two from each emirate. Teachers can be nominated by themselves or by school chapters and school administrators. Those wishing to join the Council must have five to ten years of professional and professional license and experience.

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The Young Teachers Council is for teachers with one to four years of teaching experience. However, the applicant must be under the age of 30 and have performed above expectations in the final year of school. The Council will consist of seven members, including one of her members from each emirate. The council aims to involve young teachers in the decision-making process and to establish characteristics and institutional guidelines to make the teaching profession one of the leading professions in the country.

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