Syrian academics can stay in their country at great risk, or flee to potential unemployment elsewhere.
A Brussels conference became a brainstorming session for those trying to make sure refugee youth get the higher education that they need.
The leader of an organization that seeks to help Syrian students is trying to get the numerous groups working on the issue to coordinate efforts.
Organizations are learning how to best deliver advanced education to young Syrian refugees.
A few researchers are tracing the growing spread of bacteria in Arab countries that could result in untreatable infections.
A recent international donation will make it possible for more than 220,000 Syrian students to enroll in the schools of neighboring countries.
Letting Syrian teachers into the classrooms of the host country and working with Syrian parents could improve the Syrian refugee children’s schooling, the author says.
Many of the 1.8 million Iraqi refugees who have fled their homes in 2014 are living in Kurdish schools but also searching for education.
With the effort to educate Syrian students only reaching a fraction of them, fundraisers seek alternatives to study abroad.