Tahrir al-Sham shuts down 2 Syrian universities

The extremist alliance has closed down branches of the Free Aleppo University and the International Rescue University.

Syria students say extremists waging war on their future  

Tahrir al-Sham has been closing Idlib universities over the objection of students, who are protesting the loss of education and opportunity.

Anbar opens dozens of special needs classrooms

Teachers have received training to help them deliver the curriculum to children with special needs in classrooms across the province.

Shortage of buildings, truancy plague Iraqi schools

Public education has suffered as a result of a shortage of school buildings, which in turn fuels chronic absenteeism, experts tell Diyaruna.

Northern Syria region sees high rates of school attendance

The number of enrolled students this year passed the 80,000 mark, almost double the number of students last year, a local official told Diyaruna.

In Mosul, a vibrant art scene takes root amid the rubble

Some artists portray the bitterness they experienced during ISIS's rule, while others present themes of hope and a bright future.

School year gets under way in Syria's Manbij

The reopening of schools and other cultural events encourage freedom of expression and signal a return to normal life, residents say.

Ninawa schools seek to erase effects of ISIS

ISIS sought to impose its deviant ideology on susceptible youth, but with the group gone, its influence is fading fast, educators say.

Hundreds of schools rehabilitated in Ninawa

The Iraqi Ministry of Education has rehabilitated 1,740 schools in Mosul and other Ninawa province cities over the past year.

Iraq recovers hundreds of rare books stolen by ISIS

The books, which belong to Anbar's Anah district library, were uncovered in neighbouring Rawa.

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