An investigation found abuses of some workers employed by subcontractors at New York University’s campus in Abu Dhabi.
The Saudi-led operation in Yemen has shut down schools and universities and left some of them in ruins.
Lebanon’s classrooms often skip a half century of history, a case study of what happens elsewhere in the region.
Government officials say student elections can’t be held due to a legal technicality. Students say that is outrageous.
Syrian academics can stay in their country at great risk, or flee to potential unemployment elsewhere.
Tunisian student unions need to fight for on-campus freedoms of their members and avoid national politics, the author argues.
Some of the best Egyptian minds are fleeing the country at a time when the country needs them most, the author argues.
The president of one of the largest universities in the world came into power during one of the institution’s most difficult times.
Egyptian President’s plans to appoint university heads is a total abuse of the constitution, the author argues.
The new Egyptian leader is going to make even more academic appointments than former president Hosni Mubarak did.