Building a robust education system to outlast regimes
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Until the Taliban seized control of the government in Afghanistan, Rangina Hamidi was the country’s acting Minister of Education. In this speech delivered at Learnit’s annual conference in 2022, she discusses the gains that had been made in Afghani education before the fall of the government, what has been lost since the Taliban took over the country, and what real help can be offered to rebuild a robust education system that can outlast regimes.
Education in Afghanistan: helping the hardest to reach during Covid-19
Rangina Hamidi, Former Acting Minister of Education, Afghanistan
Getting girls' education back on track
Chernor Bah, Rangina Hamidi, Jeff Maggioncalda
Girls' education in Afghanistan: affecting change from outside the system
Jenny Anderson, Rangina Hamidi
An educational philosophy with Janice Ross
Janice Ross, Superintendent, North Brooklyn High Schools