In a prescient paper, published posthumously, the sociologist Faleh Abdul Jabar described the social forces at work in recent Iraqi politics.
Participants in a Beirut workshop developed recommendations to improve the access of youth inside Syria to quality higher education.
Scholars compared the New York Times’s removal of documents to past thefts of artifacts by archaeologists and armies.
In territory held by the Iranian-supported rebels, the conflict has resulted in professors and classes that reflect the Houthi views.
Clashes between Anglophone separatists and the Francophone government have shut down schools and forced many young people to flee.
An annual poll of young Arab men and women provides private data for policy makers and a public report that reads the pulse of youth opinion in the region.
Seven Arab countries show an increase in violence against schools, universities, students and staff in the past five years.
Despite some skepticism about its purpose, the discipline is gaining presence at Arab universities.
Many who fled under the country’s former president now are resuming studies or seeking jobs in their homeland.
Parents resist a plan to replace refugee teachers with state-registered ones. They also worry they’ll be charged new fees.