A conversation with Joshua Angrist, a co-winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Economics, about jobs, education, and other issues of concern in the Middle East.
Students hit by Covid-19 school closures face $17 trillion loss in lifetime earnings, says a new report from the World Bank, Unesco and Unicef.
In its latest Global Education Monitoring Report, the U.N. agency calls for greater oversight of private schools to ensure quality education for all.
University of Sharjah researchers and a Swiss association cooperate on research to develop a system using blockchain technology to verify real degrees and thwart fake ones.
Participants over age 50 in the University for Seniors programme at the American University of Beirut are delighted to be learning and socialising.
World Teachers’ Day prompted experts to assess the ways teaching has changed over the past year, and what needs to be done to improve teachers’ pay and social status.
Libya’s new assessment system gauges how well colleges can protect against Covid-19 before they are allowed to resume in-class teaching.
RebootKamp’s “durable skills accelerator program” has helped 400 Jordanian youth, most of them refugees, learn high-demand skills.
The founder of a center dedicated to training academics in advanced teaching methods says the role of the university is to help build a better society.
Mobile-phone technology connected Beirutis to the world in the aftermath of the devastating explosion. It also helps keep memories fresh.