Afghanistan's Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah praised Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei for an order to provide Afghan children residing in Iran with the opportunity to receive education.
The teacher of this single-student school travels every day from Meshkin Shahr to teach the only student of the village.
The Afghan minister of higher education has asked the Islamic Azad University to grant scholarships to Afghan students and hire them for research and science-based projects.
Photos of the reopening of a school for Afghan children after the Leader ordered that no Afghan migrant should be denied education in Iran.
More than 100 migrant children, mostly Afghans, who come from different corners of Qom, are studying in this school.
The educational complex Iran is constructing in Sharjah will turn into an international school and its IB-based curriculum will be taught in English.
More than 13 million students went to schools across Iran on September 23.
Some 408,000 foreign students received education in Iranian schools last year; an additional 48,000 had been signed up, Fani said.
Scientific cooperation among countries is most effective through establishing direct contacts among scientists rather than through government-driven agreements, said the science minister.
A second charity food event is to be held on August 20 in Tehran. Its proceeds will go to efforts to improve education for Afghan students.