Ursula Lindsey offers up a cornucopia of fiction and nonfiction in Arabic, English and French for an intellectual feast.
The right solution for a challenging location like a refugee camp begins with a simple question: What will best support learning?
Syrian students face unique challenges. Still, many have been able to overcome many of them.
A U.S.-based journalist spends three days running a multimedia workshop with students who have fled the Syrian conflict.
A young writer makes a leap of faith turning down British and European scholarships, and heads for New York City.
A young Syrian architect uses her hometown as a basis for reflecting on the larger social and political role of architecture.
With the right policies, refugees can pump up rather than drain host country economies, scholars argue.
A more inclusive approach to improving educational quality in the Arab region could be the best solution.
A Syrian professor calls for educational institutions in the neighboring countries to benefit from Syrian professors’ experiences.
In countries neighboring Syria, Syrian students who don’t have official copies of academic documents are often shut out of education.