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Iran bans schools from teaching unauthorised books

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Oct. 10 – Iran’s Ministry of Education has issued a nationwide ban on schools teaching books that are not part of the national curriculum. Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran, Oct. 10 – Iran’s Ministry of Education has issued a nationwide ban on schools teaching books that are not part of the national curriculum.

The order states that only books that have been vetted by the ministry and given a seal of approval can been taught in schools.

The decree effectively prevents private schools from being able to teach students using their own educational resources.

It threatens headmasters with the sack if they fail to enforce the new regulations and warns that private schools may have their operating permits withdrawn if violations are discovered.

The Ministry of Education vets all academic books to ensure that all literature deemed to be “un-Islamic” or “against national security” is filtered.

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