Which curriculum to follow in their senior year is a big decision for high school students in Jordan. But how freely can they choose amid social attitudes that value science more than literature?
A long tradition of progressive reform prepared the country for independence in 1957. But now its universities are seen as “factories of unemployment.”
A lecturer at the American University in Cairo shares his experience of having to abruptly move his class online.
Professors need to adjust course designs and teaching styles to adapt to the increasingly popular interdisciplinary degree programs at the master’s degree and doctoral levels.
A journalist who is a veteran in covering technology and education offers some research-based advice for those in the early stages of experimenting with online courses.
Jordanian academics want to reintroduce the teaching of philosophy in schools and universities. They have good reason.
Change in curriculum and ways of delivering education are the key to helping Syrian students succeed and will ultimately help all students.
A Ph.D. candidate and mother of two young children says reaching her academic goal has been difficult but it can be done.
The writer compares her experience of three different academic systems in three different countries.