Initiatives in Jordan and Lebanon help high school students find a focus for their university studies that is a good fit for them.
The decisions of some Gulf countries to cancel their recognition of some Jordanian universities’ degrees have renewed debate about educational quality in the kingdom.
A Turkish university offers a new chance at accredited degrees for Syrians in opposition-held territory, but it is difficult for many of them to reach.
A new tool was developed to help ensure refugees’ academic and employment mobility.
Updated legislation raises hopes of improving higher education opportunities for students with disabilities in Egypt.
Thousands of students in Jordan graduate from disciplines not needed by the economy.
The kingdom is scrapping a high-stakes high-school exit exam, but not everyone is pleased with the process that would replace it.
A scholar calls for the adoption of fair admission policies at the nation’s public universities for people with disabilities.
Vocational education’s goal of giving young people practical skills that would make them desirable to employers isn’t working out in Egypt.
Egypt’s ministry of education plans to depart from the exclusive reliance on a single exam at the end of high school.