24 November 2017

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Kabul (BNA) Three middle schools changed to high schools in Kunduz province. 
According to education ministry press office, the Orta Boz meddle school, Neswan Markazi (central girls’ middle school) and Etihad meddle school of Qala-e-Za district of Kunduz province improved as per proposal  of education Dept. of that province and approving of education ministry to high schools. 
A function was held on this purpose, the in charge of education Dept., some state responsible and schools’ teachers gave information regarding education role and importance of improvement of middle schools to high schools and encouragement students to get knowledge. 
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Kabul (BNA) A workshop under the title of (teaching methods) was held for school teachers of Ghazni yesterday. 
According to education ministry press office to BNA, in this workshop, discussion will taken place regarding the new teaching methods. 
This workshop will be continued for 12 days, and has been launched with the cooperation of Pamlarena (Care) institution.
The participants of this workshop are school teachers from the center of Ghazni province. 
Translated By Suraya-Yarzada

Kabul (BNA) The foundation stone of a new building for Qala-e-Mirza high school was laid down by education in-charge of Nangarhar province yesterday. 
According to education ministry press office, the new building of the school will be constructed in two stories with the assistance of Japan JICA institution at the cost of $ 280,000. 
The school will have 12 classrooms, 4 administrative offices and other educational facilities.  
Translated By Suraya-Yarzada

Kabul (BNA) Rahim Zamani general director of Teheran has stated that over 66,000 students of Afghan refugees are getting education unofficially in schools and high schools around Teheran city. 
He added that last year 734,000 Afghan students were studying at the Iranian schools and this has increased to 748,000 this year. 
Mohammad Tehuri general director of foreign nationals of Iran had said that the Afghan students are being educated at 800 madrassas in that country.

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