A roaming bus with volunteer teachers teaches children who have been forced to work by their families.
Arab educators regularly refer to the “youth bulge,” but few of them are actually preparing for it.
The tradition of private tutors undermines children’s interest in attending school.
The Iraqi education ministry has backed away from a plan to move some female-only departments at Baghdad University into a new institution.
Australia ranked the most expensive destination for international students: The United Kingdom and the United States rated high for quality.
All the territory’s universities have opened in spite of the devastation of the 50-day war. But it’s not class as usual.
Al-Fanar Media visited Zaatari camp, the world’s second-largest refugee camp, and got an exclusive video report about Syrian students there.
As the Islamic State tightens its grip on Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, it is revealing its approach to teaching and the curriculum.
As the sixty-year-old Egyptian system theoretically allowing universal access to universities breaks down, there’s one possible solution, says the author.