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Indian and Pakistani School Inspections - Key Findings 2011 - 2012

15 March 2012   |   Category: School Inspection

Between October 2011 and February 2012, Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau (DSIB) inspected all schools in Dubai offering an Indian or Pakistani curriculum for the third year running and have now published their findings in a report called Let’s Share Good Practice. Twenty-one schools (60, 565 students) follow an Indian curriculum and three schools (3,211 students) follow a Pakistani curriculum. Compared to 2009-10, when school inspections started, the number of students attending Good or Outstanding schools has increased by 16,230 (around 28%). There are now two Outstanding schools; Dubai Modern High School and The Indian High School. However, no school progressed from an Acceptable overall rating in 2010-11 to a Good rating in this third round of inspections. The inspectors’ report outlines best practice found in the Outstanding schools and points the way forward for schools to learn from them. The key findings from the inspections are outlined in detail below. Please click here for the full report.

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