Taliban implement their own education system in 26 schools of Borka district in Baghlan
Reporter: Mehrullah Mehrdad
An authoritative source in Borka district of Baghlan says that out of the 36 public schools, only 10 schools are under control of to the local government, and 26 other schools under Taliban rule, according to this source these schools are run on the basis of Taliban education system. The source, who did not want to be named, told Pasbanan Media Group: “The Taliban have even changed their subject matter by mastering these schools and have removed several subjects from their curriculum including English-language subjects from the division of school hours, now The group has imposed a curriculum on the students of the same 26 schools, and they are also instructed to follow Taliban commands.”
According to this source, the Taliban prevented the members of Baghlan Education Observing Department from monitoring these schools and they have imposed their law. The source insists that the Taliban have provided for teachers individually attendance, and if these teachers do not meet their duties, their salaries are deducted. According to the source, the Taliban group currently distributes education expenditures from districts that understand the income from the district of Baker.