Al Jazeera World

The Last Nomads of Morocco

Morocco's nomadic tribes are gradually giving up their traditional way of life to offer their children formal education.

Voices

Nigeria's Islamic schools offer hope to the destitute

Religious schools reign in Nigeria's most populous state as many students can't afford private learning centres.

In Nigeria's Kano, Islamic schools provide affordable education

Latin America

Venezuela election: Students leaving country in droves

Venezuela’s national brain drain has seen students and professors leaving the country in unprecedented numbers.

Turkey

Turkey targets French studies 'due to Quran row'

Quran row and a lack of Turkish studies in France behind move to stop admissions to French studies, official says.

Turkey targets French studies 'due to Quran row and reciprocity'

Rape

'Next time, just be careful': Rape on campus

Australia's reputation as a safe and sunny place to study is under threat after widespread reports of rape and assault.

Education

Teachers in Arizona and Colorado protest for school funding

Teacher protests in Arizona and Colorado are the latest in the US, where cuts to education budgets strain schools.

Teachers in Arizona and Colorado protest for school funding

101 East

Australia: Rape on Campus

A rape crisis at Australian universities threatens the country's $18bn international student industry.

Education

Anger as UK university research ends up with arms group

A graphene composite developed by University of Manchester is being tested by an Israeli drone manufacturer.

Anger as UK university research ends up with Israeli arms company

Asia Pacific

How Hong Kong is preparing its youth for the future

Al Jazeera visits a learning centre in Hong Kong teaching children to stay ahead of robots.

Middle East

Jordan expands education access for Syrian refugee children

UNICEF says 31 percent of Syrian children in the kingdom are not enrolled in any 'formal or informal education programme'.

REWIND

Mohamad at Eton

Follow a Palestinian boy's transformative journey from a refugee camp to one of Britain's most prestigious schools.

Gun violence

Meet the 16-year-old behind the National School Walkout

Lane Murdock says she dreamed up Friday's walkout because she was tired of government inaction over gun violence.

National School Walkout: Meet the 16-year-old behind the protest

Education

Arizona teachers vote for first-ever statewide strike

The vote to strike comes amid a growing movement of educators demanding better pay and increased funding for US schools.

US: Arizona teachers vote for first-ever statewide strike

Nigeria

Nigeria school food scheme revolutionising education

Free meals programme has fed nearly seven million pupils in about 40,000 schools and changed the nature of education.

Nigeria school food scheme revolutionising education

Opinion

Why UK's 'Prevent' programme doesn't work

Academic staff cannot and should not be counterterror specialists.

Imran Awan

by Imran Awan

Imran Awan