Educators and students objected to the bill, which would have replaced reliance on a final high school exam with a three-year assessment.
Teachers are by nature care-givers, but where can they turn for the care they need? A faculty developer identifies three sources.
An educator in Egypt realized it was time her 9-year-old daughter learned about Palestine. Here’s how she explained the situation.
High-school students who take part in programs that simulate U.N. debates tend to opt for hybrid university courses mixing science with humanities.
Hashtat, a program aimed at teens in private schools, uses a simulated university environment to help students choose their college major.
The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the gender gap that girls face in getting access to mobile phones, which are now often essential to accessing education.
Nawal Mdallaly, the founder of an organization that works with Syrian refugees in Lebanon, describes how Covid-19 has intensified the difficult situation that young Syrian girls face in that country.
In Somalia, Sudan, and regions of Ethiopia that host refugees from those countries, girls face a harsh life that often keeps them out of schools. The pandemic has made things worse.
The pandemic is just one additional obstacle that is preventing girls from getting an education in a country with a chaotic and conflict-ridden recent history.
The Ebola epidemic’s effects on education for girls in two African countries may help aid workers predict the effects of the current coronavirus pandemic in Arab countries today.