Activists underwhelmed by US university's move, say change of name from a 'bad person to a good person' is not enough.
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Battle for Mosul26 Jan 2017 07:05 GMT
Faculty and students of Mosul University, which was recently retaken from ISIL, vow to save its legacy.
Human Rights19 Jan 2017 20:07 GMT
Risk of 'lost generation' as UN agency says 380,000 Syrian child refugees miss formal education at present in Turkey.
Palestine18 Jan 2017 11:22 GMT
The one-classroom school in an East Jerusalem hospital allows chronically ill Palestinian children to continue studies.
rebel education16 Jan 2017 12:59 GMT
Armenian students explore the intersection between art and technology to develop skills not taught in other classrooms.
United Kingdom13 Jan 2017 15:27 GMT
Students at SOAS want more black scholars on their courses but reject reports they want to drop white philosophers.
Poverty & Development11 Jan 2017 07:55 GMT
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rebel education09 Jan 2017 13:50 GMT
How allowing students at a London inner-city school to choose their curriculum and teachers is improving results.
Arts & Culture09 Jan 2017 12:27 GMT
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rebel education04 Jan 2017 14:54 GMT
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Middle East26 Dec 2016 09:57 GMT
Nearly 2,000 Syrians are taking classes at Gaziantep University where they can resume studies from where they left off.
Human Rights20 Dec 2016 20:29 GMT
Hundreds of adults who grew up illiterate are getting a second chance to read and write in Nairobi's Kibera slum.
Afghanistan14 Dec 2016 10:21 GMT
Survey by Save the Children indicates Afghan refugees returning from Pakistan are also vulnerable to forced labour.
Cameroon05 Dec 2016 11:30 GMT
Anglophones say French is being imposed in schools and court rooms in English-speaking regions.
Palestine03 Dec 2016 08:14 GMT
A Nablus school that won a $1m reading award hopes to get children off smartphones to read books.
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