Sultan Abu-Orabi, secretary general of a higher-education association, talks about the region’s challenges and opportunities.
The tale of Ismail, a medical student who gradually discovers the many expenses that come with his state-funded education.
The controversial new Egyptian constitution has little-noticed provisions on education that should be supported, says Isobel Coleman.
One measure of the status of university professors: Ask a mother if it is all right for her child to marry one.
A prominent scholar at the American University of Cairo responds to charges of “grand espionage”.
Maha Bali shares the sweet and the sour of her journey as a mother and a candidate for a doctorate.
Student protests are not a political tool to be used when convenient, but a historical force that cannot be ignored, argues the prominent Egyptian writer.
Belal Fadl, the Egyptian writer, recalls an interview he once had with Mohamed Hassanein Heikal, one of the most prominent Egyptian journalists and academics, and how it changed his opinion of journalism.
Nelson Mandela’s capacity to empathize with those who imprisoned him should inspire educators in Egypt, the author says.