According to the Mehr reporter; In recent years, the lack of transparency of the Ministry of Education in expressing the situation of schools abroad has always been one of the information challenges in this ministry. From the closure of an Iranian school in Sharjah, UAE, to the unknown status of ownership of an Iranian school in Tajikistan were questions that remained unanswered in the previous government.
This morning, the Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad sought to address the situation of one of its schools. Center for Intermediate Affairs International And schools abroad, while in this announcement, have reported the administrative violations of the previous officials, but they have not had enough information about these violations so far; Also the center of affairs between International Meanwhile, it reports on the activities of 5 Iranian complexes in the UAE, but has not given any explanation as to the reason for the delay in responding to the latest situation of these schools.
On the other hand, while more than three months have passed since the visit of the Tajik delegation to Iran to determine the status of the Iranian school in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, the Center for International Affairs has not yet provided any information about the latest status of this school.
At noon on March 4, the Minister of Energy of Tajikistan met with the Minister of Education Yusuf Nouri. say کرد.
Mehr’s follow-up revealed that the Tajik Minister of Energy was carrying a letter from the Tajik Minister of Education; Abolfazl Kamali, Deputy Director of the Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad of the Ministry of Education, told Mehr about the meeting with the Tajik side. It has been claimed that ownership and Take over the management of the Rudaki school in Tajikistan from Iran.
More than three months after this meeting, the Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad has not yet provided any information on the latest state of the school; Meanwhile, our country has spent a lot of money for the construction and opening of this school, and the transfer of ownership of Rudaki School will have many harmful material and spiritual effects.
Did today’s announcement of the Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad answer the questions?
A statement from the Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad said today that some of the founders of the status quo were active in cyberspace due to conflicts of interest and while their cases were being processed under security and administrative violations. On events such as misinformation that is secretly provided to Emirati officials.
The Center for International Affairs does not comment on these individuals or their misinformation, nor does it explicitly state how these individuals prevent Emirati officials from cooperating with Iranian school officials. The center does not explain how some people who no longer hold a position in the Ministry of Education; How can they interfere in the governance of this ministry?
Seek answers to these questions; In an interview with Mitra Teymouri, the former head of the Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad, we asked about the latest situation of these schools and this recent announcement; In an interview with Mehr reporter, Teymouri stated that he was unaware of the situation of these schools and said: “I have not been responsible for 5 months and I do not remember what the latest situation of these schools was.”
Regarding some of the founders of the current situation who have caused misinformation to the UAE in the announcement, he said: “The meaning of the Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad in this announcement was not the officials of the previous government and us.”
However, the former head of the Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad also declined to answer our questions, stating that he was unaware.
In another part of its announcement, the Center for International Affairs has stated that it has failed to respond to the concerns of the public in cyberspace, while its non-response is not limited to the Iranian school in Sharjah.
In addition to the lack of transparency regarding the latest situation of the Rudaki school in Tajikistan, the illegal registration of the Turkish Institute of Younes Amre is another proof of this claim.
Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad while On June 12 of this year, he commented on the illegal registration of this school from uninformed Iranian families Earlier, the Turkish Anatolian News Agency had made a revelation in this regard.
According to the Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad, the school has been illegally enrolling Iranian children in the school for several years, and it is not clear if the Turkish Anatolian News Agency had not disclosed this; Did the Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad take a stand on this issue or not?
In any case, it seems that accountability and transparency regarding the performance of the Center for International Affairs and schools abroad is not only a continuation of public concern in cyberspace; Rather, in order to inform the people, it can prevent financial and moral damage to Iranian families and children. It remains to be seen whether the Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad will adopt a new procedure for informing its schools abroad.