Afghan girls take Turkish courses in Kabul in preparation for Turkish-run schools

Afghan girls take Turkish courses in Kabul in preparation for Turkish-run schools ...

Hundreds of Afghan girls took entrance exams on Friday in the Turkish foundation in Kabul that operates some of Afghanistan's most highly regarded schools, despite the delay that the 13-year-olds were allowed to return to the classroom.

The school official said that a school official said that 3,500 students were sitting highly competitive exams for the Afghan-Turk-school system. "Every girl makes up almost 40% of the students, which was a school official.

A ban was made against girls over the age of three after the Taliban government's delay in allowing girls aged one to return to school following the restraining action in August.

A conference held at the mosque's educational conference held at the news conference to mark the holding of the entrance examinations.

the Taliban said that despite growing global pressure, they have said that they will allow older girls to resume classes once new arrangements are made to ensure they can do so in conformity to what the oath considers proper Islamic standards.

The afghan-turk schools are considered to be the top in the country by the candidates, and admission is highly competitive.

Sadly, many countries, even though older girls restart their classes, have seen older girls restart classes, as the Taliban say their work is still progressing toward a national system.

A former official of the taliban-led education ministry, Ehsan Khateb, attended the ceremony, thanked the Turkish government, as well as a senior official.

The afghan-turk schools had to change their curriculum to make changes, shutting the music, theater and dance department on demand of Taliban officials, told Reuters. Salleh Saghar, head of the Turkish educational foundation, told Reuters.

The foundation respected the rules and cultures of the host country, he said.

The Taliban should decide if they'd reopen.

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