Tarek Abd El-Galil
Tarek is an Egyptian journalist. He works as a deputy manager for the correspondents section at Tahrir newspaper and as a correspondent at correspondents.org and Al-Hayat TV. Tarek has a BA in journalism.
Arab countries have made progress in their adult learning and education efforts, a new report from UNESCO says, but program participation rates remain low.
In a new report, the Norwegian Refugee Council calls for urgent action to ensure that children in areas once controlled by ISIS aren’t left behind.
A Yemeni researcher wanted to return to her country to do plant research that could help human health. But the war there made research impossible.
Three new institutions opened this year and more are planned later in an effort to improve vocational training in advanced technologies.
The report highlights Sudan and says the space to think freely is shrinking in many countries.
Public university professors, long underpaid or not paid at all, are demanding better wages. Their action has disrupted the new academic year in a country plagued by conflict for nearly a decade.
The country hopes to install more sophisticated teaching and learning systems in its public universities. Advocates see many advantages, but the plan has its critics.
Public universities have permission to reopen, but security concerns and academic issues are causing delays. Some private universities are holding classes.
Initiatives in Jordan and Lebanon help high school students find a focus for their university studies that is a good fit for them.
The ongoing conflict in northern Syria has closed more than half of the schools, said an international advocacy organization. Syrian teachers confirm that view and describe grim educational conditions.