Implications of Morocco’s Bifurcated Educational System (Part 2/2)

March 17, 2014

One of Morocco's most pressing national problems is its high illiteracy rate. Moving on from part one, can we debate that the French system is only benefiting the middle- and upper-class in Morocco? The French system generally requires students to be in the classroom...

Implications of Morocco’s Bifurcated Educational System (Part 1/2)

March 14, 2014

One of Morocco’s most pressing national problems is its high illiteracy rate. In Morocco, policymakers have implemented several groundbreaking initiatives aiming to create educational programs to empower rural women. Despite progress in this realm, there are still ongoing tensions within the...

Not a Peace Talks Article (Part 2/2)

November 10, 2013

An orthodox American-Persian Jew discovers that the road to peace is paved with rice and opera. This is the last of a two part series. Read part one here. From the old city’s Damascus gate, Eitan, Samuel, a Dutch anthropology student and I tread through the strange faces and smells of a...