Join us on a public panel to discuss the findings and ideas of the latest paper titled "Searching for New Paths in Reforming Arab Education Systems", on Monday, November 21, from 12:00 to 13:15 p.m., Beirut time. The discussion will be held in Arabic, with report authors Marwan Muasher, Rima Karami-Akari, and Heba El Degheidy, and moderated by Maha Yahya.
A recent Carnegie report argued that Arab students were falling behind global standards, and examined innovative ways to reverse this trend.
A new Carnegie report underlines that innovation, not imitation, is the key to education reform in the Arab world.
Across the Arab world, different education reform initiatives have had varying levels of success in different contexts. This paper explores some types of education reform that could serve as groundwork for broader change.
Join us on Tuesday, November 30 from 4:00 till 5:30 p.m Beirut time for a public panel with Amr Adly, Rym Ayadi, Ishac Diwan, Hamza Meddeb and Jérôme Vacher to discuss Tunisia's worsening economic crisis.
In Yemen, an already fractured education system has deteriorated further during the war. Yemeni and international actors alike should pursue these reforms to breathe new life into Yemen’s education sector.
By being silent about Algeria’s conflict during the 1990s, the country’s educational sector has missed an opportunity to create a basis for reconciliation.
School closures have highlighted the digital gap between those who can access remote learning and those without the basic means to do so.
Egypt’s education minister, Tariq Shawqi, may be showing more initiative than is good for him.