Startup for English Learners Helps Underprivileged Children in Morocco

Nadia Bentoua, a Moroccan native and English teacher turned social entreprenuer, has launched the newest platform for education—a social networking site for English language learners.


World Faith India Gives Hope to Slum Children

World Faith, an organization that mobilizes religiously-diverse youth in action, recently opened its second slum-based school called the Rainbow School.


Tawakkol Karman Brings Arab Spring to Bay Area

Her country named her the "Mother of the Revolution," and for it, the world awarded her the Noble Peace Prize.


Oops We Did it Again! Desi Wins the Spelling Bee

The Indian American parent can rest easy for another year. The beloved crown is secure. The kingdom is still in desi hands.


Bay Area Summer Camp Cultivates Next Generation of Thinkers, Innovators

CEO and Founder of Galileo Learning Glen Tripp believes that innovation and creative confidence is crucial to both personal fulfillment and in changing the world.


Ta’leef Collective: The Union of Spirit and Sociality

Often called a “safe space” for American Muslims, Ta’leef Collective is an independent organization that serves as an addendum to traditional mosques in the Bay Area to support spiritual growth.


A New Platform of Hope for Arab Youth

The Arab world today is home to millions of young people with hopes, plans and the desire to work.


zaytuna first muslim american university

Zaytuna is currently in escrow to secure a permanent home for Zaytuna College, the first four-year Muslim university in the nation


Seeds of Change: Zaytuna Moves Its Roots

As Zaytuna College forges ahead in its academic mission, the board seeks to sell the Hayward land as a possible Muslim housing community.


Khan Academy: A Classroom in Your Pocket

Salman Khan hopes that anyone with an Internet connection will use his YouTube lessons to learn.