Al-Fanar Media has determined the approximate salary ranges for academics in 12 Arab countries.
The Cairo Court for Urgent Matters wants to stop campus protests that do not have official permission.
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.
In a difficult time for Al-Azhar University, 38 more students have been sentenced to prison and one student has died as a result of protests.
Students who participate in extended guided discussions over the Internet with peers from other countries find they become more empathetic.
Court sentences of 17 years in prison for Al-Azhar university student protestors are being viewed by many human-rights lawyers as being exceptionally harsh.
A visit to Egypt to meet with public-university presidents prompts some observations on education and democracy.
At least 70 professors have been arrested in the Egyptian government’s anti-Muslim Brotherhood crackdown. Opinions are mixed as to the legitimacy of the arrests.