Two academic from Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) have shared their thoughts on how education can help eradicate violent extremism as the International Day of Education is marked January 24.
Education has been adversely impacted by the spread of Covid-19. Schools across the globe have been temporarily closed, leaving teachers, administrators ...
Qatar Charity (QC) launched the “Support Non-Formal Education Activities (ALP Courses) for Out-of-School Children” project in northern Syria, which is expected to benefit some 1,200 students in Azaz and Al-Bab.
Students at Northwestern Qatar have produced more than 30 multimedia projects – including podcasts, videos, poems, articles and a webinar – that address how education systems ...
Recommendations that could help to make school learning more resilient have been explored in the second phase of Qatar Foundation (QF)’s Teaching & Learning Forum – as educators gathered online to look at the actions they can potentially take.
Human Rights Committee (NHRC) has announced the launch of an educational awareness campaign for school students in the various educational stages aiming at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, Chairperson of Education Above All Foundation (EAA) and UN Sustainable Development Goals Advocate, on Thursday called for cross-sector collaboration to ensure equity in digital learning for children across the globe, especially those marginalised.
The decision to implement the 50% rotating education system where all students have to attend schools every other week is in response to the demand of many parents who have discovered the shortcomings of remote learning, a senior official of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education told Qatar
The new Qatar Centre for Global Banking and Finance at King's Business School is delivering its first Executive Education programme online by live video link to staff at the Qatar Central Bank this week.