Asia

With no formal schools or jobs, Rohingya left in lurch

Despair and frustration bogs down Rohingya refugees as they face a future with no access to formal education or jobs.

With no formal schools or jobs, young Rohingya left in lurch

Syria's War

Syria's refugee children: Futures lost to the war

An entire generation of Syrians has lost the opportunity of getting an education because of the war.

Syria's refugee children: Futures lost to the war

United States

US teachers' strike continues amid calls for better resources

Schools in the US state of Oklahoma have been closed for a fourth consecutive day, as protesting teachers continue to call for better salaries and more resources.

Education

CAR: 'To live and study in Bangui is a type of torture'

Years of conflict have devastated CAR's educational facilities, severely impacting prospects for the country's youth.

CAR: 'To live and study in Bangui is a type of torture'

Education

Teachers in two US states rally for better funding

Rallies in Oklahoma and Kentucky are part of a wave of protests across the US over funding, low pay and benefits.

Education

Why are teachers in Oklahoma and Kentucky protesting?

Rallies come as part of a wave of protests by teachers across the US over funding, low pay and benefits.

Pakistan

Malala returns to home town where she was attacked

More than five years after being shot by Taliban gunmen, education rights icon returns to meet family and friends.

Malala returns to Pakistan home town for first time since attack

Shorts

Meet the man educating Syria's lost generation

As his house burned down, he ran inside to grab his university ID. Meet the man teaching Syria's lost generation.

Educating Syria's lost generation

Syria's War

Basement schools support children in Syria's Douma

Initiatives by teachers in Douma, in Eastern Ghouta, aim to continue educating schoolchildren despite bombardment.

Basement schools aid children in Syria's Eastern Ghouta

US & Canada

US town has been arming school teachers for years

A mass shooting that killed 17 people at Stoneman-Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida has US schools struggling for ways to keep students safe.

Syria's War

Eastern Ghouta students 'risk everything' for schooling

Three students explain what life is like in rebel-held besieged enclave, as they try to keep up with their studies.

Eastern Ghouta students: It's suicide if we leave our basements

Palestine

New programme qualifies Palestine students for Ivy League schools

Programme graduates its first batch of 110 students, with 50 receiving early acceptances into schools such as Harvard.

New programme qualifies Palestine students for Ivy League schools

Hungary

Soros-backed university CEU to open satellite campus in Vienna

CEU has been in danger of closure in Hungary because of threats from the far-right Fidesz government.

 Soros-backed university CEU to open satellite campus in Vienna

Palestine

Highly educated Palestinian women struggle to find jobs

Although they are among the most educated in the region, unemployment is high for Palestinian women under the Israeli occupation.

Latin America

Argentina's failing public schools: 'Studying is an odyssey'

The country's public school system used to be one of the best in Latin America, but under-investment has led to its decline.