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How to design school buildings – architects, engineers and education experts explore best practices

Schools and the way they are built influence the ability of teachers and students alike to teach and learn. With many schools in Afghanistan still lacking proper facilities, education authorities are addressing the question of the best environment for schoolchildren

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Afghan government to give lands to teachers in Paktika

The Afghan government is providing land plots to 1,000 teachers in Paktika province. According to Khaama Press, a city is being built on 500 hectares of land where the teachers would receive plots of lands to build houses for themselves.

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New Afghan government promises to increase teachers' salaries

President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai has vowed to improve living conditions of Afghan teachers by increasing their salaries and allocating a piece of land for each teacher. Addressing the Teacher’s Day ceremony, President Ghani said his government was committed to enhance

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New Afghan government promises to increase teachers’ salaries

President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai has vowed to improve living conditions of Afghan teachers by increasing their salaries and allocating a piece of land for each teacher. Addressing the Teacher’s Day ceremony, President Ghani said his government was committed to enhance

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Afghan education professionals trained in peace education and human rights

The Teacher Education Directorate (TED) of the Ministry of Education invited a team of dedicated education professionals to take part in a Training of Trainers (ToT) workshop on the newly developed peace education and human rights course for Teacher Training

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A new peace education course for teacher education in Afghanistan

The Teacher Education Directorate (TED) of the Ministry of Education invited teacher trainers from all over Afghanistan to finalize a brand new course on peace education and human rights. This compulsory subject in the education of all teachers in the

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13 Afghan teachers left for Sweden to defend their thesis

A delegation of 13 teachers including four females pursuing their Master Degree studies under Swedish Committee for Afghanistan’s Teachers Educators Master Programme (TEMP) left for Sweden on an academic trip in order to defend their Master Degree thesis at Karlstad

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