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Monday, March 05, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A number of textbooks of ministry of education have been taken to the country from Karachi port. 
According to Abdul Saboor Ghufrani, an official for the ministry of education, the books had been suspended in Karachi port were allowed by to be taken into the country. 
He added a number of the books have been taken to the country and their distribution is under way in various provinces of the country. 
Ghufrani added transition of the books from Karachi port is continuing and the ministry of education is trying to complete the transition process of the books before the new solar year. 
Nearly 77 containers of textbooks had recently been stopped by Pakistan government. 
The sent books included 7.5 million textbooks for Afghan students grading 10th, 11th and 12th were printed in UAE by US for ministry of education and taken to the country through Karachi port.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Mazar-i-Sharif (BNA) Students of schools in Balkh province started their new education term today. 
A function was held for this purpose in Mazar-i-Sharif city, the education in-charges of Balkh, chairmen of state offices, ulema, clergies and parents of students were attended. 
Ghulam Haidar Qanoon deputy of Balkh education Dept. said, the new education year started before its time and he asked the students to make efforts and to have further attention to their studies. 
He added, warm weather and back to back holiday’s of the last year cased daily in the education system which was not completed and this year the program started before its specified time and it has plan to construct 80 new buildings for school in that province. 
This year 45,000 new students will attend in schools. 
He called lack of professional teachers a problem and said 50 percent of new books have been distributed for students. 
More than, 535,000 students (boys and girls) teach in 535 schools by 13 teachers in the center and districts of that province, the source added. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Herat (BNA) Four private schools were closed due to not having legal document in Herat province today.
After evaluating the teaching method of the mentioned schools by a joined delegation of provincial council and education department of that province the schools were closed.
Basir Ahmad Taheri education head of Herat said to BNA, in charges of the closed schools advised that beside taking legal certificates of activity, pay attention on their teaching methods.  
Meanwhile, Mooen Saboor education spokesman of Herat said that evaluating and control of private education centers will continue in that province. 
Currently, 64 private schools and hundreds of educational centers are active in Herat province. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A learning workshop was held through Swedish Committee in Samangan province for capacity building of teachers.
According to Shamsul Haq, a provincial official for education, the workshop has been launched for 150 female teachers and would last for three weeks.
He said the workshop aimed to introduce new teaching methods and build capacity of teaching in various subjects, as math, geometry, biology, physics and chemistry. 
Meanwhile, official for education have welcomed the program and considered it as effective for improvement of education in the province.