Ibrahim Alhouti is a researcher in the comparative politics of education, he is currently doing his Ph.D. study at UCL Institute of Education in London focusing on the politics of education reforms in the Arab Gulf States. He holds two master’s degrees from UCL Institute of Education, MA Leadership and MA Comparative Educations. He published several articles about the education system in Kuwait and MENA region and worked on several academic projects.
Failing at Reform: The Story of Educational Reforms in the GCCPolitics & Governance
Economists and consultants have long advised leaders in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states to...