A graphic summarizes the economic position of public-university professors in Arab countries and the editors explain how the survey was conducted,
The University of Jordan hopes to generate revenue through new buildings on its campus that will hold stores, supermarkets, and apartments.
A major U.S. aid agency came close to backing out of its commitments to higher-education programs in the Middle East and North Africa region.
An analyst argues that the time has come for Moroccan public universities to start asking students for fees.
The interim cabinet has many members who are professors better known for their academic expertise than their political affiliations.
Egypt’s young people have toppled two inept governments. With a proper education, they could help revive the country, says Farouk El-Baz.
A rapid expansion of private universities since the civil war has left Lebanon with plenty of universities and lots of questions about quality.
The leader of the Word Bank’s higher-education efforts talks about the institution’s efforts in the MENA region and responds to longstanding suspicions.
A successful strike for higher salaries by professors at Lebanese University, the only public university in the country, spread to much of the Lebanese public-education system, paralyzing it.