An Egyptian writer and researcher tells of her experience, as a mother, in teaching her deaf son.
Updated legislation raises hopes of improving higher education opportunities for students with disabilities in Egypt.
The nation has been the leading destination for refugees in Europe, but lacks a central plan for educating them.
A scholar calls for the adoption of fair admission policies at the nation’s public universities for people with disabilities.
Social scientists have traced the decline of the intricate social connections in Syrian society. They also recommend ways to restore them.
To a greater extent than in any other Arab country, those who graduate from universities in Palestine struggle in the job market.
In the wake of Coptic church bombings, educators are reflecting on what role universities, including Al-Azhar, the beacon of Sunni Islam, might have in teaching tolerance—or intolerance.
MOOCS could be a second (or first) chance for many women to enter STEM careers. But can the courses be designed to encourage that?
A program for the children of Syrian refugees tries to fill an educational gap in the Beqaa’ Valley.
Egypt’s constitution guarantees the right to education. But aspiring university students with disabilities face significant challenges.