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Education To Be Developed In Afghanistan

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Saturday, October 06, 2012
Kabul (BNA) World Teachers’ Day (WTD) is an important event held annually on 5 October, in the entire educational communities across the globe since 1994, with the date being a proper opportunity to honor the teaching profession and support teachers in their efforts of empowering people to build a better future.
The main theme for the World Teachers’ Day is to take a stand for teachers and this is a clear call to all stakeholders to acknowledge teachers’ crucial role in transforming the lives of learners at all levels of education.
Moreover, they Say should be a time to reflect on the difficult economic and social context in ways of improving their professional status and working conditions and those of all education personnel.
Government’s worldwide claim to support the values and principles in the Recommendations.
However, many do not actually demonstrate respect for the rights enshrined in them, nor do they implement policies that comply with them.
World Teacher Day was celebrated since 1961 in the country, when Dr. Ali Ahmad Popal was minister of education, with grand ceremonies including displaying drams and concerts being held.
The education has been laid at the top priority of the government, and the people had full earnest with education getting preparation from the lowest degree of the grammatical structure of first chapter of the holy Quran and completing it to help them enter school.
The education foundation stone had been first laid at the era of Amir Shir Alikhan, with many books and brochures had been published in the Bala Hesar Fence located printing curriculum.
Anyway, many students had been helped enter in Habibia High School by Mawlavi Abdul Marouf Khan who was engaged in teaching primary lesions to them in Murda Khain of the capital Kabul in 1902.
Different methods of teaching became popular in the country, with the students getting further earnest to improve their education and the people providing wide cooperation with the system to get literate.
Subsequently, a magazine was also published in 1930, with the first Editor-in-Chief, Abdul Hadi Quraishi (the writer of the article) and then, it was published under the editorship of Ms. Hadia in cooperation with Mir Naqibullah and Burhanuddein Samangani.
Such an education method had also been implemented among the farmers and shopkeepers at worksites and others collectives, with the entire peoples across the cities and villages had been covered by the system with a special focus on women to get engaged in special part of education in their own areas.
The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, with new programs supported currently by the Japanese government to improve education and expand across the country, as it had faced a high delay over the last three decades of conflict that led to elimination of the entire infrastructures, most in education sphere in the country.
The education was revitalized in the country as it was completely collapsed before 2001, during which, the women were remained with no part in education and the women education and going to job completely negated.
After 2001, the women regained their role in the society with large number of them going to work at the official and private institutions and tens of thousands of girls recruiting to schools and empowering a society with the education importance, with enough literacy programs being developed and many cultural affairs advanced by the related organs in the country.
Currently, the education system had advanced more, with large number of children including girls who had been deprived of their education since the last years of mayhems and chaos, accessed education in different state-run and private education institutions in the country.
The country is hoped to get further development in cooperation with the friendly countries including Japan which had vowed to do more for advancement of the education system in the country.
But the Afghan people should also cooperate with the government to help further expand education across the country and help the countrymen get literate, as a society’s development is largely linked to their literate members.
 

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