The new great leap backward

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Fred
by Fred
02-Jan-2011
 

News from IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic, indicates another Islamist Cultural Revolution has begun to hit all the institutions of learning, Washington Post reports:

“ Starting in September, all Iranian high school students will be introduced to new courses such as "political training" and "living skills" that will warn against "perverted political movements" and encourage girls to marry at an early age, Education Ministry officials say.

  In universities, the curricula of law, psychology, sociology and other studies will be drastically altered, with officials from the Science Ministry, which has responsibility for higher education, working to strip out what they describe as Western theories and replace them with Islamic ones. Dozens of professors have already retired or been fired on the grounds that they did not sufficiently support the new policy.”

This move comes on the heels of report by the Islamist Rapists themselves that school dropouts is over %25, and for the first time there are more illiterate men than women in the country.

Just like the previous one with disastrous results, this newest round of Islamist Cultural Revolution will do nothing but damage the already nearly destroyed educational system of the country.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/01/01/AR2011010101345.html?wprss=rss_world 

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/babylonbeyond/2011/01/iran-experts-alarmed-at-growing-rate-of-high-school-dropouts.html

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