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Israel’s Gaza Border College On ‘Healing Mission’ After Attacks

After the killings of dozens of students, faculty and staff, and with 1,000 still displaced, Sapir College looks to rebuild and renew.

Palestinian Campuses Head Into Abyss as Israeli Retaliation Grows

With mobility severely limited and no connection or contact from Gaza colleagues, West Bank academics describe atmosphere of anguish.

AI Pioneer: ChatGPT Will Soon Become Scholars’ ‘Debate Partner’

A leading Hong Kong university scientist says the days are gone when AI was seen as the villain in education.

Japan Expected to Lose 140,000 Students by Midcentury

The decline could prompt government intervention.

More Indian Students Seeking a Ph.D. Leave the Country

The country’s providers of doctoral education say they lack enough applicants.

‘Blind Growth’ of Iran’s Universities Blamed for High Unemployment

Graduates make up 37 percent of the unemployed in a period of high inflation.

The Missing Students of Myanmar

Steep drops in high school students taking matriculation exams raise the question. Many blame the military.