Arab professors discussed integrating investigative journalism into their courses at a workshop in Jordan.
A small school seeks to create nurses who are leaders and thinkers and improve attitudes about those who do much of the patient care.
A Qatari teaching center helps instructors learn techniques that involve more active learning, heading off classroom-management problems.
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.
Participants in an educational-research meeting scrutinized their field and found it wanting: Preoccupied with statistics and avoiding politically-sensitive issues.
Many Lebanese universities are adding programs where students can earn master’s and doctoral degrees. But little quality control for these degrees exists inside the country.
Speakers at the fifth annual World Innovation Summit for Education discussed the classroom experience as part of a lifelong path.
Despite 12 years of education reform, Qatar’s young people are performing poorly on standardized tests and spending years in remedial programs.
Many of the independent schools in Qatar are criticized for their failure to prepare students for higher education. But amidst the controversy, one independent school appears to be succeeding.