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Why Afghanistan’s Educational System Has Become a Power Struggle | Film Annex

Power doesn’t only refer to control of large groups of people. In the case of Afghanistan’s Educational System, it refers to the power that each individual has to control his/her future. And right now it’s one of the biggest issues facing Afghanistan.

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All this talk about International Courts and teaching methods for teaching English as a Foreign language (more about that later) has got me thinking about how Afghanistan is dealing with their education system lately.

Don’t think I’m weird.  Just head over to Film Annex (link above) and check out my newest guest post! Also, stop by my WebTv page for my past guest posts.

 

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