Egypt Plans Radical Change for Evaluation of High-School Success
Egypt’s ministry of education plans to depart from the exclusive reliance on a single exam at the end of high school.
The study of the remains of ancient civilizations, once considered a relic of colonialism, is making a comeback.
Hundreds of Tunisian professors are leaving the country each year, putting the quality of higher education in the country at risk, policy makers say.
A symposium at the British museum explored how Arab artists are coping as the room they have for expressing themselves dwindles.
Constantly changing government decisions have discouraged students from pursuing vocational and technical professions.
A new book explores how jihadists use poetry, music and video to strengthen their cause.
In the Arabian Gulf, researchers have found high concentrations of tiny plastic beads that may carry toxic pollutants. But their work has been hobbled by the recent rift between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
Since the country’s independence, the position of women has been a point of both pride and controversy.
After finding the oldest recorded fossils of human ancestors, in Morocco, researchers continue to dig to tell their story.
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