The deputy head of the Department of Education’s Elementary Education said of 140,000 survivors and said: “We are ready to work with the relevant institutions so that we can bring the children back to school with synergy and, of course, centralized follow-up.”
According to koodakpress، “It is necessary for the rest of the world to avoid doing parallel work,” he said, saying that education and education are acting as the main custodians of illiteracy and survivors’ ill-treatment. It would seem that if everyone agrees that our core production is on our side and that others can help us, we will see better achievements.
He added: “Our collection of activities since 1992 has led to the return and training of 143,000 surviving children to formal education, with an enrollment rate of 98.13 percent in the 96th year.
“We expect all relevant educational institutions to be involved,” said the deputy head of the Department of Education’s primary education, pointing to the set of measures taken and the problems that survivors face. One of the most important measures taken in this regard is the establishment of a council to block illiteracy in the provinces in order to accelerate and facilitate the affairs.
Hakim Zadeh continued: “Of course, the implementation style of the obstruction of illiteracy was sent to the provincial departments in the year 92, and its secretariat has been deployed in East Azerbaijan, and we have implemented a practical plan in the provinces,” he said. Each year, we provide the statistics of the survivors of the education to the provinces separately and we ask them to pay attention to the children and return them to school.
He said about the statistics of survivors of education and statistical disputes in this area: The existing list, in which survivors with full details of the recorded and recorded figures, represent 140,000 survivors, all of which we are trying to do is check point-to-point We can bring the children back to school. We are ready to work together to bring together, and, of course, centralized follow-up.