In an unwavering commitment to uphold the quality and sustainability of the educational experience, the Sharjah Private Education Authority (SPEA) has initiated a comprehensive series of inspection visits to several private schools across the emirate. These visits are in alignment with the commencement of the new academic year and underscore the authority’s dedication to fostering a robust educational environment.
Leading the delegation is Dr. Muhadditha Al Hashimi, Chairperson of the Sharjah Private Education Authority (SPEA), along with Ali Al Hosani, Director of SPEA, and members of the administrative body. This initiative is designed to establish direct engagement with private educational institutions in Sharjah, offering hands-on support and direct oversight.
The visitations will encompass 14 diverse private schools, providing Dr. Al Hashimi with the opportunity to interact with school principals and educators, as well as tour classrooms and facilities. This personalized approach seeks to fortify collaboration between SPEA and the private schools, ultimately elevating the quality of education imparted.
Spanning the initial weeks of the new academic semester, these inspection visits will encompass schools following a range of educational curricula. The primary objectives include evaluating the adherence to established working hours, monitoring the progression of the educational process, and validating the implementation of approved study programs and curricular plans.
By embarking on these proactive inspection visits, SPEA aims to not only ensure compliance but also to offer tailored guidance and support to private schools.