The development of education is one of the main priorities of the UAE: about 25% of the country’s state revenues are spent on this sector. According to the former President of the Emirates, Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al-Nahyan, the best use of wealth is to bring up literate and educated people (Francis, 2017). The Emirates has one of the best indicators of the population involved in the higher education system in the world: 95% of girls and 80% of boys go to universities (Francis, 2017). A wide range of programs and high development of school vision has become the main task of developing education in the state.
School Education Development
The high level of education in the UAE has come a long way before becoming in demand. Forming a strategy is an opportunity to take a step toward a better future. For example, a vision may have a much greater degree of self-learning students in the future (Choksatchawathi et al., 2018). At the same time, its embodiment in a strategy may include a multimedia center that brings together library and computing resources, leading to more directed self-learning for high school students. The possibilities are endless, and they must be appropriate for each school and its situation in its current state.
The shorter and more operational nature of school development planning can be incorporated into strategic planning to expand and develop the school vision. In this way, the experience of employees gained in the development of school planning can make a valuable contribution to strategic planning and its implementation. The cardinal feature of strategy development is knowing what may happen in the future, both outside and inside a specific educational institution (Fidler, 2008). For example, now education in the UAE is very popular with international students. When improving development strategies, it is necessary to consider the facts that stimulate the further growth of the popularity of education.
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Fidler, B. (2008). Strategic Management for School Development Leading Your School’s Improvement Strategy. Sage.
Francis, G. (2017). Market structure of education industry in the United Arab Emirates. Academia.edu. Web.