This timely series addresses the need for up-to-date, current literature on educational policy, leadership, and scholarship the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to support the work of researchers from developing areas, and give a voice to perspectives rarely heard in the West. Books in the series will give a critical analysis of the research undertaken and support global understanding of the scope, scale, and complexity of educational policy, politics, and leadership in MENA countries.
Please send proposals to Khalid Arar, Series Editor, or AnnaMary Goodall, Commissioning Editor <[email protected]>.
By Reynaldo Gacho Segumpan, John McAlaney
December 22, 2023
This edited volume explores the educational reforms and challenges in higher education in the Gulf countries during the COVID-19 pandemic. Featuring a truly global spread of contributors and perspectives from countries such as Bahrain, India, Georgia, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan, and Saudi Arabia, the...
By Khalid Arar, Selahattin Turan, Sedat Gümüş, Abdellatif Sellami, Julia Mahfouz
December 01, 2023
This volume explores how educational leadership and administration (ELA) is constructed in the Middle East and North African region (MENA), and charts the development of ELA as a discipline. Against the backdrop of rapid growth and interest in the educational restructuring, educational reforms, ...
By Abdellatif Sellami, Khalid Arar, Rania Sawalhi
November 29, 2022
This book takes a closer look at the relation between current issues and trends in higher education and scientific research in the Arab World and in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states of Qatar and United Arab Emirates (UAE). This thoroughly researched text traces the development of higher ...