10,000 Dubai school students complete wellbeing census
More student representation, an increase in activities outside the classroom and less expensive food in school canteens. That was the feedback given by some of the 10,000 students across Dubai's private schools who have completed the Knowledge and Human Development Authority's (KHDA) Wellbeing Census.
With another 60,000 students due to complete the questionnaire by early next month, parents could soon be able to find out just how happy their children are here. And for schools, it's a chance for them to find out just what their students need to be even happier.