In territory held by the Iranian-supported rebels, the conflict has resulted in professors and classes that reflect the Houthi views.
Experts from universities and centers across the region met in Beirut to discuss how to craft professional-development programs that work.
Young Somalis who have had to leave a refugee camp in Kenya to return home under controversial circumstances are not able to continue their education.
As a philosopher, Mohamed Osman El-Khosht was devoted to Islam’s dialogue with science and other religions. Now he brings an emphasis on critical thinking to Egypt’s largest university.
Vocational education’s goal of giving young people practical skills that would make them desirable to employers isn’t working out in Egypt.
The plan would cut government printing costs, but families would need expensive electronic reading devices and possibly Internet access.
Tutorama aims to make high quality tutoring easily accessible in Egypt.
A new group devoted to improving the core-curricula in Arab universities held its first meeting.
A Syrian organization supports Syrian students’ education in Lebanon but in a controversial way—using the Syrian curriculum.
Even though Norwegian universities are free, children of uneducated parents still don’t go.