Document Type

Book Review

Publication Date

4-2018

Abstract

The Arab Spring has brought about major changes in the Arab region in many aspects, including education. The researchers aim to present the state of education after the Arab Spring revolutions and compare it with what was before these revolutions. The book has been divided into three main sections. The first section discussed the state of education before the Arab Spring by highlighting some of the teachers’ practices in the classroom. The second section presents some calls for reforming youth education in countries such as Egypt, Yemen, and Tunisia. The last section, which contains three chapters, explores the education of non-Muslim minorities, the change in ideology and identity, and the role of some educational and religious institutions after the Arab Spring.

Journal Title

International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences

Volume

1

Issue

2

First Page

301

Last Page

318

Book Title

Education and the Arab Spring: Resistance, Reform, and Democracy

Editor

Mohamed, Eid, Hannah R. Gerber and Slimane Aboulkacem

Publisher

Sense Publishers

City

Rotterdam, Netherlands

ISBN

9789463004701

First Department

Teaching, Learning and Curriculum

Acknowledgements

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