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In a global debate, experts question how to determine the quality of schools and universities.
U.S. universities have not connected with Iraqi students holding scholarships. A few institutions are trying to change that.
International competition for students is heating up, making Arab students—like it or not—a valuable “commodity.”
Those attending a conference on Gulf education described in tough terms where the region stands on research.
At a gathering of those who do “institutional research” for Arab universities, the importance of their jobs became evident.
Difficulty getting started writing can often be traced to other problems. But those problems have solutions.
A visit to Egypt to meet with public-university presidents prompts some observations on education and democracy.
The editor of Al Fanar suggests how lessons from cutting news stories might be applied to scholarly writing.