In preparation for the academic year, Egyptian public universities are tightening physical security at their campuses.
The new academic year brings more anxiety for Egyptian professors and students facing an uncertain future.
As the Islamic State tightens its grip on Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, it is revealing its approach to teaching and the curriculum.
The president of one of the largest universities in the world came into power during one of the institution’s most difficult times.
Egyptian President’s plans to appoint university heads is a total abuse of the constitution, the author argues.
The new Egyptian leader is going to make even more academic appointments than former president Hosni Mubarak did.
A Moroccan professor who has taught evolution says she is a rarity in the country, an example of a broader debate.
The rebirth of an outlawed student union with Islamist leanings is a positive sign of rising democracy to some, a negative sign of religious conservatism to others.
A new report documents the effects of armed conflict on schools, universities and those who work and study at them.