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PublishDate: Wednesday, December 8, 2021 16:02

Reopening of Girls’ Schools Requires a New Procedure, Says Taliban

The situation will continue until a new guideline above the sixth grade is created and approved for female students, adding that the Taliban is creating a safe environment for girls to go to school.

Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_“The girls will not be allowed to attend school until a new policy is approved in the New Year,” said Ministry of Education officials.

“The current situation is a temporary delay,” said acting Deputy Education Minister Abdul Hakim in an interview with the BBC today Wednesday, December 8.

According to him, this situation will continue until a new guideline above the sixth grade is created and approved for female students, adding that the Taliban is creating a safe environment for girls to go to school.

Meanwhile, the girls’ schools above the sixth grade were still closed since the Taliban came to power. The Taliban have repeatedly reassured people that they will reopen girls’ schools, however, now that the school year is over, they have not reopened.

In the meantime, this situation worries the citizens and the families of the . They believe the Taliban have no plans to reopen schools and that girls’ schools may be closed in the New Year.

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