In Sinjar schools, volunteer teachers are paid a monthly salary by the parents of students

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In the Sinjar district, where the Yezidi population lives, parents of students pay five thousand dinars monthly to the school administration to ensure the salaries of volunteer teachers.
240 volunteer lecturers work in the Arabic Language Department of the Iraqi Ministry of Education in Sinjar in 80 primary and secondary schools. Teachers teach on a voluntary basis, but the administration of these schools pays them a monthly salary.
For some parents, paying five thousand dinars a month is not a large amount of money, but for large families this payment "hits the pocket". Parents of four or five children are forced to pay 20-25 000 dinars each.
In general, schools in the Sinjar district suffer from a shortage of teaching staff, teaching children the native Yezidi language is not conducted at all and has never been conducted under any regime of power. Part of the problem is that the Iraqi Government is not appointing enough new teachers.
In some schools in the region, students are expelled due to lack of money and not being able to pay for tuition.

Ammar Aziz





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #Sinjar   #iraqyazidis   #aboutyazidis  



In Sinjar schools, volunteer teachers are paid a monthly salary by the parents of students

2022/01/8970-1641971496.jpg
Read: 1168     15:30     12 ЯНВАРЬ 2022    

In the Sinjar district, where the Yezidi population lives, parents of students pay five thousand dinars monthly to the school administration to ensure the salaries of volunteer teachers.
240 volunteer lecturers work in the Arabic Language Department of the Iraqi Ministry of Education in Sinjar in 80 primary and secondary schools. Teachers teach on a voluntary basis, but the administration of these schools pays them a monthly salary.
For some parents, paying five thousand dinars a month is not a large amount of money, but for large families this payment "hits the pocket". Parents of four or five children are forced to pay 20-25 000 dinars each.
In general, schools in the Sinjar district suffer from a shortage of teaching staff, teaching children the native Yezidi language is not conducted at all and has never been conducted under any regime of power. Part of the problem is that the Iraqi Government is not appointing enough new teachers.
In some schools in the region, students are expelled due to lack of money and not being able to pay for tuition.

Ammar Aziz





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #Sinjar   #iraqyazidis   #aboutyazidis