An analyst argues that the time has come for Moroccan public universities to start asking students for fees.
The Egyptian political crisis spurred a scholar to reflect on how universities could go beyond teaching critical thinking and toward promoting critical citizenship.
The editor of Al Fanar suggests how lessons from cutting news stories might be applied to scholarly writing.
Massive open online courses could wind up only serving those who are already privileged, says one academic who studies pedagogy.
Egypt’s young people have toppled two inept governments. With a proper education, they could help revive the country, says Farouk El-Baz.
The Library of Alexandria’s director says rapid changes in the structure of knowledge should also drive how educational institutions operate.
The leader of the Word Bank’s higher-education efforts talks about the institution’s efforts in the MENA region and responds to longstanding suspicions.
Private universities could magnify inequalities and erode the quality of Arab public higher education. But they could also drive innovation, writes a scholar of comparative education.
A scholar studying Muslim-Christian relations had an unsettling experience as he returned home from his studies.