Educational sector in the Yazidi regions is in a deplorable state

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Read: 919     15:00     09 Сентябрь 2023    

Nine years after the fall of ISIS, the educational sector in the Yazidi regions of Iraq is still not developing, violence and deterioration of infrastructure, curricula and outdated teaching methods are not keeping pace with modern technological development.

The education sector has been outside the interests of the political system since 2003, and one of the most noticeable problems facing the educational institution is the neglect of the Yazidi minority by the authorities of Iraq and Kurdistan. The new education system has received a heavy legacy from the previous regime of the blockade period, which has reflected on the reality that school principals and teachers make the same mistakes left by the previous regime.

Yazidi students are burdened with tuition fees and school supplies. The requests are endless, the tuition fees are expensive, and the result is not visible.

Writer and researcher Ali Al-Baydar notes that the dropout is due to the closure of the horizon for many Yazidi students and their families. Some families may have children who have completed their studies and have not received employment opportunities. From here he wonders: "Why do we study if the horizon is closed for us and there are no decisions from the state?"

On the other hand, there is no concept of compulsory education. Instead of the political system going to adopt a law on compulsory education, it adopted a law on compulsory military service.

Corruption is a widespread problem in the education system, which diverts resources from schools and teachers. There are also not enough qualified teachers in Iraq, and many of them are not paid enough, even though they are overworked.

Political interference. The education system is often subject to political interference that can undermine its independence and effectiveness.

Despite these problems, a number of people and organizations are working to improve the education system in Iraq. These include non-governmental Yazidi organizations and individual citizens. Thanks to their constant efforts, it is possible to make a real difference in the lives of Iraqi children and youth.





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Educational sector in the Yazidi regions is in a deplorable state

2023/09/89776-1694248566.jpg
Read: 920     15:00     09 Сентябрь 2023    

Nine years after the fall of ISIS, the educational sector in the Yazidi regions of Iraq is still not developing, violence and deterioration of infrastructure, curricula and outdated teaching methods are not keeping pace with modern technological development.

The education sector has been outside the interests of the political system since 2003, and one of the most noticeable problems facing the educational institution is the neglect of the Yazidi minority by the authorities of Iraq and Kurdistan. The new education system has received a heavy legacy from the previous regime of the blockade period, which has reflected on the reality that school principals and teachers make the same mistakes left by the previous regime.

Yazidi students are burdened with tuition fees and school supplies. The requests are endless, the tuition fees are expensive, and the result is not visible.

Writer and researcher Ali Al-Baydar notes that the dropout is due to the closure of the horizon for many Yazidi students and their families. Some families may have children who have completed their studies and have not received employment opportunities. From here he wonders: "Why do we study if the horizon is closed for us and there are no decisions from the state?"

On the other hand, there is no concept of compulsory education. Instead of the political system going to adopt a law on compulsory education, it adopted a law on compulsory military service.

Corruption is a widespread problem in the education system, which diverts resources from schools and teachers. There are also not enough qualified teachers in Iraq, and many of them are not paid enough, even though they are overworked.

Political interference. The education system is often subject to political interference that can undermine its independence and effectiveness.

Despite these problems, a number of people and organizations are working to improve the education system in Iraq. These include non-governmental Yazidi organizations and individual citizens. Thanks to their constant efforts, it is possible to make a real difference in the lives of Iraqi children and youth.





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis