AQF Views & Voices: Policy & Practice

AQF Views & Voices: Policy & Practice

Welcome to the Al Qasimi Foundation’s Policy & Practice Blog

The Policy & Practice blog highlights works and discussions that impact our community, inform policy decisions and best practices, and affect the social, cultural, and economic development of our emirate, the UAE, Gulf region, and beyond. Below you will find our blog posts, op-eds, and reviews.

Want to contribute?

In addition to discussing the Foundation’s own research findings, best practices, and priority areas, we welcome contributions from local and international academics, practitioners, policy makers, as well as our peer organizations and partners. If you would like to contribute, email grants@alqasimifoundation.rak.ae for more information.

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Ten Things We’ve Learned over 10 Years of Researching Education in the Region

Dr. Natasha Ridge
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What is it like to study abroad as an Arab secondary school student?

Rafia Aldhahouri
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How to spell more precisely in the Arabic script? An innovation from the Islamic world

Helen Abadzi
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The Recipe for Education: 2018 UAE-Vietnam Teacher Exchange

Reham Zahran
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Funding Experiments in Education: Essential Considerations for Paying for Success

Holly Cook
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To Sustain Standard Arabic, Invest Early in Grammar

Helen Abadzi
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Challenges to preparing GCC national students for higher education abroad

Dr. Natasha Ridge
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Exploring the Promises and Pitfalls of Public, Private, and Philanthropic Partnerships in Education: The 2018 Gulf Comparative Education Society Symposium

Susan Kippels
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Fathers May be Key to Improving Education in the Middle East

Dr. Natasha Ridge