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Five reflections on what made for a great application

Five Reflections on What Made for a Great Application

We launched the Queen Rania Award for Education...
AlMakinah

The Story Behind One of the Arab World’s First Coding Bootcamps

AlMakinah aspires to create a vibrant talent pool of Arab...

Building the School of the Future in the UAE - Interview with Dr. Saleh AlHashemi

Dr. Saleh AlHashemi serves as CEO of Algorythma and Managing...
Going Beyond the Engineering Model of Personalized Learning

Going Beyond the Engineering Model of Personalized Learning - Interview with Larry Berger (Amplify)

With over 20 years in the field, Larry Berger is among the...
Tips for applicants

Five Tips For Your Application To The Education Entrepreneurs Competition

We know there are great education businesses working across...
Why Improving Outcomes For Learners Requires More Than Awesome Products

Why Improving Outcomes For Learners Requires More Than Awesome Products

When trying to address a social problem, a frequent response...

Education Entrepreneurs In The Arab World - Interview With Nidal Khalifeh

We believe that in order to push the wheel of education...
Knowledge Officer

On a Mission to Solve the Skills Gap - Interview with Ahmad El-Sharkasy

Ahmed El-Sharkasy is CEO & Co-Founder of Knowledge Officer a...
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Education Entrepreneurs in the Arab World - Interview with Hanan Khader

Our objective from launching this competition is to...
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Learning from the Education Entrepreneurs

The best ideas are not always found within one organisation....
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The First Blended School in Egypt - Interview with Seif Abu Zeid

Seif is the CEO of Mavericks , “the first blended school in...
School girls using tablet

5 Essential Things to Give Innovation in Education the Best Chance

This blog post was originally posted in Harvard Business...
 WE NEED MORE GOOD JOBS, SO LET'S BACK THE EDUCATION ENTREPRENEURS

We need more good jobs, so let's back the Education Entrepreneurs

It’s become common wisdom that the promise of education to...