A Syrian organization supports Syrian students’ education in Lebanon but in a controversial way—using the Syrian curriculum.
Haifa Jamal Al-Lail spoke with Al-Fanar Media about the challenges Saudi universities face and the obstacles and opportunities for women in higher education.
Even though Norwegian universities are free, children of uneducated parents still don’t go.
It’s time for Arab journalism programs to get a major overhaul, so they can help the region’s development, says the dean of the Journalism Media Institute.
A Palestinian student talks about her experience with liberal education.
Teams from eight Arab universities met in Doha to compete in a regional contest.
The writer researches the direct and hidden gender biases in school textbooks, and the negative messages they convey about women’s economic participation.
The concentration of Lebanese universities in cities means many young women cannot attend, and forces them to join village Islamic institutes.
Lebanon’s classrooms often skip a half century of history, a case study of what happens elsewhere in the region.
Textbooks in this Maghreb country have become overpriced and difficult to find.