Education

Education

[:ar][:en][:es]Stories and articles exploring everything to do with learning, all the way from pre-school to post-doc. This section showcases some of Iran’s cutting-edge discoveries and projects carried out by university researchers.[:][:][:]

President Rouhani Rings Bell for New School Year

President Hassan Rouhani in a symbolic gesture rang the bells at a girls’ high school in downtown Tehran on Saturday to mark the first day of school year in the country.

From Rigi the Terrorist, to Rigi the Teacher

Unlike Abdolmalek Rigi, the terrorist, Ramin Rigi is a teacher from Sistan and Baluchestan who not only educates but also helps deprived students.

Iran’s Culture, Poets and Dishes in Eyes of Non-Iranian Persian Language Learners

250 Persian language learners who have visited Iran with their own eyes believe that their preconceptions about Iran are not true.

Int’l Red Cross Official Praises Capabilities of Iranian Red Crescent Society

An ICRC advisor hailed the ‘unique’ academic and administrative capabilities of the Iranian Red Crescent Society.
Masoumeh Ebtekar

Environmental Education to Be Provided in 108,000 Schools: Ebtekar

Masoumeh Ebtekar, the Head of Iran’s Department of Environment (DoE), announced that 108,000 schools across the country will receive environmental education as per the MoUs the DoE has signed with the Ministry of Education.

Children in Tehran Receive Traffic Education

The Municipality of Tehran has constructed a small town for “Traffic Education” in Qaem Park in southern Tehran in an attempt to promote the...

International Students and Empty Chairs of Iranian Universities

Despite the looming concerns over the empty chairs in Iranian universities that can badly affect the country’s educational attainments, the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology believes that it is a great opportunity to attract international students.
Kindergarten

Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs in Iranian Kindergartens

The growing number of child sexual assaults in Iran has convinced the government to introduce a bill in the Parliament on teaching sexual issues in kindergartens and pre-schools.

100,000 Satellite Equipment Destroyed by Voluntary Forces

Several Iranian families voluntarily handed over 100,000 satellite dishes to the IRGC’s Basij Forces and even attended a ceremony to destroy the equipment in a move to show their anger at the corrupting effects of TV programs shown in satellite channels.
Nigerian school girls with Hijab

Return of Hijab to Nigerian Schools

In a move that can restore people’s hope in the judiciary, an appeals court has ruled that Nigerian girls have the right to wear the hijab headscarf to school.

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