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UAE: Private schools announce that the medical report is a condition for taking exams
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Private schools stipulated that to approve the student’s transfer from the real education system to virtual education

Private schools stipulated that to approve the student’s transfer from the real education system to virtual education, to perform the exams at the end of the second semester remotely (starting the day after tomorrow), the presence of a health reason, and that there be an approved medical report, pointing out that they received demands from parents to transfer their children from Realistic education to the distance education system a few days before the start of the second semester exams to perform the exams at home.

The schools sent text messages to the students’ families, telling them not to allow any student who is absent from school to enter classes or take exams “from a distance”, except in the event of his illness, with proof of this by an approved medical report.

And she stated that she refused to add the students who were recently absent from class to the "distance learning" classes through the "Times" program. It also refused to give their relatives access numbers to the classes through the "Zoom" program. The non-attendants were recorded as “absent” due to their absence from school hours without reasons, and their failure to bring medical reports.

She confirmed giving students the opportunity to choose between real or virtual education, since the beginning of the school year, and refusing the transfer of students from real to virtual education, due to the limitation of the number of students at each academic stage, while allowing students of virtual education to move to the real and attend classes because there are vacancies In the number of academic seats, and for the continuation of the classroom system, according to the directives of the competent authorities.