Alef Education, Abu Dhabi’s NCE to promote artificial intelligence-driven innovation


Alef Education, a UAE-based global leader in education technology, and New Century Education (NCE),
a non-traditional and progressive school operator based in Abu Dhabi, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to reshape the education sector in the UAE by leveraging big data and artificial intelligence (AI). This partnership highlights Alef Education and NCE’s commitment to deliver personalised and engaging educational experiences through innovative AI-driven technologies to create an advanced learning environment that empowers students, teachers, and parents. Under the partnership, both parties will facilitate real-time data-driven insights and promote a data-centric approach to education.
The partnership will focus on several key areas, including research collaboration in big data, artificial intelligence, and digital transformation programs. In addition, the parties will work towards developing innovative learning and assessment solutions to support student growth and mastery of essential skills.
Geoffrey Alphonso, CEO of Alef Education, said, “We are delighted to partner with New Century Education to enable real-time data-driven insights and support digital transformation within NCE educational institutions in the UAE. This partnership reaffirms our position as a leading provider of personalised and effective learning solutions for students worldwide. At Alef Education, we firmly believe that technology has the power to reshape education and unlock the potential of learners worldwide.
We will continue to work to empower educators and inspire learners by redefining education with our solutions.” Maggie Bailey, CEO of New Century Education, commented, “It is great to have such a strong partnership with the team at Alef Education. Our students benefit every day from the effective blend of the Alef Platform and quality-first teaching. Jointly, we aim for our work to have a significant impact on the academic outcomes of our young people.”
The collaboration will also extend to developing comprehensive teacher training and professional development solutions to ensure teachers have the tools and resources they need to succeed in a technology-based educational landscape. Both institutions will work together to develop strategies to enhance parent engagement to promote a holistic approach to student success and well-being.

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