Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the Islamic Republic has the potential to make its presence felt in international scientific arenas.
Statistics indicate a sharp decrease in the number of Iranian students who choose humanity courses as their major in university, which is quite worrisome and can lead to an academic crisis.
Iran’s Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution decided on Tuesday that Tehran should back out of the UN-devised global education agenda, known as Education 2030, citing the country’s own detailed documents in the field of education.
With only a few days to the end of the academic year in most countries, we have taken a glance at the academic degrees Arab rulers hold, their level of education and field of study.
The Wednesday’s terrorist attacks in Iran’s capital, Tehran, can no longer be viewed as a blind murder after investigation revealed that one of the victims of the attacks was a woman teacher who worked hard to eradicate illiteracy in the Iranian rural society.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has stressed that the country will never accept any UN document that even minutely goes against the country’s beliefs and religious values.
The Iranian government has, in a statement, rejected the rumours spread by its opponents about the UNESCO’s Education 2030 document, saying it is non-binding and no country has been asked to sign it.
Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the UNESCO, as a body infiltrated by world powers, has no right to make decisions for other nations, and the Islamic Republic will never submit to its 2030 education agenda.
Iranian people on Tuesday celebrated the National Teachers’ Day and paid tribute to all teachers across the country.
By making and selling such handicrafts as folklore dolls, the girls deprived of education in southeastern Iran welcome the Persian New Year.