Lebanese public schools have started using two educational games to help struggling or out-of-school children learn the Arabic language.
The situation in Syria and Iraq has forced many students to abandon their plans, but some have thrived by embracing new fields.
The EU Regional Trust Fund is awarding scholarships to Syrian refugees and disadvantaged Jordanians who want to pursue higher education.
Education ministers gathered in Amman to explore ways to improve educational outcomes in Arab countries to fight poverty and unemployment.
A new study will evaluate performance among low-income Lebanese and Syrian refugee students and make recommendations for improvement.
A new national strategy seeks to counter violent extremist ideology on the intellectual front through workshops, programmes and activities.
During a recent forum in Beirut, 50 regional education policy experts called for curriculum reform to safeguard youth against extremism.
The ongoing conflict has driven international organisations to suspend critical education programmes, a senior official tells Al-Mashareq.
The Ministry of Education is conducting a mental health training programme to equip social workers to help students deal with the effects of war.
The Lebanese government is partnering with local and international organisations to integrate school-aged refugees into the education system.