The military-backed interim government wants to give guards on campuses the power to investigate allegations and turn evidence over to public prosecutors. Many fear the measure could cramp political and academic freedom.
Bandits with 4-wheel drives and automatic weapons are overwhelming poorly guarded museums and archaeological sites and depriving Egyptians of the chance to fully understand their past.
An unusual Cairo start-up offers intensive critical inquiry to help students discover their passions, sharpen their minds, and solve problems.
The sudden replacement of five campus directors at the Higher Colleges of Technology is leaving many administrators wondering about their future.
Arab Open University blends online learning and classroom time to reach students who might not attend university otherwise.
Women and sympathetic men are organizing against those who sexually harass others in the academic setting.
The president of the United Arab Emirates has appointed new heads of the three federal universities in a second phase of a higher-education governance shakeup.
U.S. accreditation, a sought-after prize for some Arab universities, might get pulled when American values clash with those of countries where security concerns can override academic ones.
If Arab students can’t get jobs, they can create them. That is often the reasoning behind teaching entrepreneurship. How is it working out in Egypt?