New Neswan School building in Afshar, Kabul, having 16 classrooms and allocation of 11 million Afghans fund with collaboration of UNICEF and Japan opened.
Sediq Patman, the teaching deputy of Afghan Ministry of education in this school opening ceremony said ministry of education last year made 89 projects involving a thousand classrooms and this current school project is the fifty-fourth.
Equipped with modern facilities schools and trained teachers are effective on school students intellectual growth and better education.
Mr. Patman said the number of students studying at Kabul schools is one million and the number of teachers in this city reaches to 27 thousand people.
In relation to the curriculum evaluation began in 1382, 2003, said the first school curriculum review completed and the second round begun.
According to him, these studies will lead to better methods for teaching school students.
Naderi Nadereh, the Afshar school manager, said New Neswan School building in Afshar, Kabul, having 16 classrooms and allocation of 11 million Afghans fund with collaboration of UNICEF and Japan opened.
Afshar Neswan School has four thousand students, 110 teachers and had to have three shifts (TIME) during a school day but opening of new building has made it possible to reduce the shifts to two she said.
She said Girls Afshar School Solar was established in 1340, 1961, and was destroyed by the Civil War but again in 1382, 2003, was rebuilt by the Japan fund and now the school has a library, sports fields and parks.