2 edition of Higher education systems in the Arab States found in the catalog.
Higher education systems in the Arab States
1998 by Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Cairo Office in [Cairo] .
Written in English
|Statement||prepared for the UNESCO Cairo Office by Subhi Qasem.|
|Contributions||Unesco. Cairo Office.|
|LC Classifications||LA1493 .Q25 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 196 p. :|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||99221581|
They are the new "centre". This is valuable since researchers interested in this area often find it difficult to get access to accurate information about the higher education sector in the region. We discuss what is meant by globalisation and examine its impact on higher education generally, and in relation to the Arab Gulf States. Symposium Books.
Each chapter begins with a general section on education in the Arab world or the Gulf regions, followed by entries on individual countries listed in alphabetical order. Further, many of the attempts to reform the Arab context display impatience and are not implemented properly. They are the new "centre". But nor can it surrender to global commodification. And they are fighting for the first place in terms of quality of learning and education in general among the Arab countries.
There are also initiatives that instill hope in some countries where reform efforts are showing some results. While most call for more—more government subsidies, more time in school, more students attending college—Caplan provocatively argues for less. AB - This chapter offers a brief overview of the current status of formal governmental support for technology integration in the higher education sectors in different countries in the Arab World, in addition to presenting some major initiatives started and implemented in some of the Arab states. In recognising education policy as a process that is contested and negotiated Yeatman,it becomes important to locate higher education policy making in terms of those participating in conception, operational formulation, implementation, delivery, consumption and evaluation. It provides training for medical professions, engineering, architecture, agriculture, science, computer science and information technology. Above all, the GPI of Yemen is only 0.
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However, more than one third of youth remain illiterate or simply unable to write in the Arab least developed countries Egypt, Mauritania, Somalia, and Yemen. The answers discovered through interviews with key decision makers form the basis of the second half of Chapter Four; our study reports on interview data with key policy makers from the region.
We locate the role of local and global discourses and reflect upon whether these have been instrumental in higher educational policy developments. Faked or weak accreditation is a growing problem in Arab countries.
However, we argue that a second manifestation of this commodification of higher education is even more important. Our commitment, as educationalists, to social justice, equity in provision, and equality of opportunity being embedded in education policy, is undiminished.
Finally, Arab education must address the lack of overall investment in the school environmentone that would allow children to feel safe in school. Gulf countries such as Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Kuwait are also leading in reform efforts, but it is too early for them to show educational gains in higher enrollment, student retention, and teacher qualifications.
No CommentsJoin the Conversation. This is valuable since researchers interested in this area often find it difficult to get access to accurate information about the higher education sector in the region.
Yet, in spite of the different views regarding the current education reforms, the reality is that many governments have found themselves implementing market policies in their education systems as a response to forces of globalisation Whitty et al, The teacher does not give the solutions but generates them collaboratively by working together with the students.
Such data highlight the urgency of sound and innovative interventions that can transform education systems and schools across the region. It is strange indeed to think of the countries of the Arab Gulf States as the "periphery".
Just as it offers opportunities for individual development and advancement, it must also strive to promote civic identity and civic competence and to make possible a democratic and cohesive society. But how does this actually happen in practice?
The implications of labour markets for education reform policies are discussed in Chapter Four. In recognising education policy as a process that is contested and negotiated Yeatman,it becomes important to locate higher education policy making in terms of those participating in conception, operational formulation, implementation, delivery, consumption and evaluation.
They are the new "centre". Green,p. This has led to some inaccurate and misleading achievements and challenges. Several distinguished initiatives in the Arab countries are reviewed to reflect on the strategies in higher education institutions.
Reports fail to provide in-depth analyses of educational experiences in the schooling of children in K or higher education. In addition, Arab countries would do well not to import curricula from outside but invest in locally rooted and created guidelines.
There are also initiatives that instill hope in some countries where reform efforts are showing some results. We discuss the ramifications for the social stability and politico-economic development of the Arab Gulf States as they continue to purchase a baroque arsenal of outdated education.
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Many countries in the Middle East have indeed made remarkable progress in the right direction.This annotated guide of English-language material on education in the Arab world includes books, journal articles, national and international reports and documents and Ph.D.
The author opens with an introductory essay on the development of education in the Arab Gulf states and an analysis of current issues in educational research. Higher Education in the Arab world is non-compulsory, formal education that occurs after secondary education in the twenty-two Arab states.
The Arab world is home to one of the oldest universities in the world, Al-Azhar University, established in the tenth century C.E.
in Cairo. Faculty and administrative positions at colleges and universities. Now listing 60, jobs. Updated daily. Free to job seekers. Int. J. Educational Development, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp.Printed in Great Britain /92 $ + Pergamon Press Ltd HIGHER EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE ARAB STATES MOHAMED I.
KAZEM Al-Azhar University Abstractrab universities and institutions of higher education, while part of the international system, have their own cultural hildebrandsguld.com by: 5. Several rating programs rank the best higher education institutions in the Arab world.
According to the “Times Higher Education” (THE) Times ranking based on education indicators, quotes impact, research, internationalization rate, industry funding and its results, golden palm goes to the Gulf science campus.
Higher education in the Arab region has been witness to a prolific history. Long intertwined with major religious, intellectual, political, social, and economic movements, institutions of higher learning have occupied a central place in Arab hildebrandsguld.com by: