Posts Tagged “Education”

Is Algeria facing a brain drain?

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Is Algeria facing a brain drain?

Is Algeria facing a brain drain? The phenomenon of departures abroad has slowed lately because of the Hirak’s dynamic of renewed hope, but the temptation is growing strongly. By Abdennour Toumi  Algerian “brain-drain” may well be one of the major challenges facing the new government that emerges from the election results. The country ranks 85…

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Birzeit students win gold in international innovation challenge

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Birzeit students win gold in international innovation challenge

Birzeit students win gold in international innovation challenge A team of Birzeit University engineering students has recently won the Gold Award at the 10th International Invention of Exhibitions and the 3rd World Invention and Innovation Forum (IEI & WIIF 2018), held in Foshan, China, for their invention of a prosthetic arm. The team, made up…

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Algeria’s 2016 Baccalaureate: Laureates in the Bac

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Algeria’s 2016 Baccalaureate: Laureates in the Bac

The future of Algeria lays on its education system, it should put excellence the main demand from its students, then make sure this demand applies on its leaders as well By Abdennour Toumi Algeria’s latest melee in political incorrectness has struck the nation’s education system directly in its to mach. As a result a million Baccalaureate…

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Moroccan student thrives at Hampshire college

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Moroccan student thrives at Hampshire college

A Moroccan student who has traveled the world is documenting and studying the integration of Arabs and Muslim students in Western countries. Yasmine El Baggari is an Arab college student in her fourth and final year of study at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts who educators say is doing remarkable things that include conducting intensive…

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Muslim woman helps Americans understand Islam

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Muslim woman helps Americans understand Islam

Muslim woman helps Americans understand Islam A Muslim American woman, Sam Mak, seeks to help Americans better understand Islam, Muslims and the differences between extremists who claim to represent Islam and those who do Like the rest of the world and most of the Islamic community worldwide, Sam Mak is appalled by the recent ISIS…

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Dearborn schools fail to include Arab among superintendent finalists

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Dearborn schools fail to include Arab among superintendent finalists

The Dearborn School District recently named four candidates to fill the position of Schools Superintendent. But in a school district where American Arabs are among the largest constituents, none of the four candidates are of Arab heritage. Michigan’s ADC Chapter protested to the district’s board president that the failure of including an Arab candidate could be…

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