For many who can access school today, the possibility of learning in a classroom is jeopardized by continued conflicts.
Report Post Many younger generation around the world invest in their education with the aim of gaining better employment and job opportunities. For reasons of political expediency however, the governments of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and other Muslim states have allowed and even encouraged another version of "educational software," one developed by people like Said Qutub and organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood.
Nothing less than a renaissance - drawing on the dynamism latent to Arabic, and centred on the revitalisation of the language, its teaching and its use - is required for Arabic to remain a lingua franca that allows Arabs to take their place confidently in the knowledge society.
Nearly one in five people — around 85 million in total — are aged 15 to To become agents of change, however, it is incumbent on the teachers themselves to transform. The AHDR reports that no more than 10, books have been translated into Arabic in the past 1, years, equivalent to the number of books that have been translated into Spanish in one year.
Report Summary Children walk to school in Saudi Arabia.
Diglossia refers to two varieties of the same language existing concurrently. These delays are a source of deep frustration. Events Podcast.
Students cannot count on their performance or scholastic record to secure a job.