Instability plagues schools in Afghanistan

01/28/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

In a volatile province in Afghanistan, the headmaster of a school in Marja says the school has been opened and closed several times as the Taliban came into and left power. Such volatility, Abdul Aziz said, has affected the school's ability to recruit teachers and secure resources. Despite these challenges, however, schools province-wide are reporting an uptick in enrolment.

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