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We have 23 types of schools Fars news

Ali Amrayi, a member of the Transparency and Justice Watch Training Commission, said in an interview with a Fars News Agency education reporter: The diversity of schools has reached 23 types of schools.

He continued: “Among these schools, we can mention government, government model, gifted, comparative schools, embassies, non-government, witness, board of trustees schools, exceptional, distance education, boarding schools.”

Saying that some of these schools could be merged, Amrayi said: “We should have a consolidated school in which all facilities are provided for all students, because each of these schools has many differences with other schools, and these differences are due to class differences.” می‌انجامد.

Types of schools:

1- Public schools: Schools that have been established and equipped by the government at the expense of the government, and all the educational, upbringing, financial and administrative affairs are taken over by the government, and its students are not paid for the right to education.

2- Non-governmental schools: Non-governmental schools that are established and run in accordance with the objectives, rules, programs, and general guidelines, through public participation and under the supervision of the Ministry of Education.

3- Schools for foreign nationals: Schools that are based on agreements or cultural agreements between the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran with other states and by foreign embassies in Iran as founders, with the consent of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the approval of the Higher Education Council, subject to mutual consent, to study The children of their citizens are established in Iran according to their own regulations. Schools for the education of children of foreigners living in Iran.

4- Exceptional schools: Schools that are tailored to the conditions and needs of students with special educational and training needs and rehabilitation (blind, deaf, semi-deaf, mentally retarded, academically retarded and maladaptive and even gifted) and at least one group of exceptional students in a course A student is studying in it and according to the school organization, it is managed by a principal.

5- Religious minority schools: Schools where most students are children of religious minorities and act in accordance with their religion in teaching religious subjects.

6- International schools: Schools for the education of foreign nationals residing in Iran and providing educational opportunities for the children of Iranians residing in foreign countries temporarily residing in Iran, are established in different educational periods and governmental or non-governmental and in accordance with the regulations of the Islamic Republic and under the supervision Administered by the Ministry of Education (Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad).

7- International schools of the Islamic Republic of Iran abroad: Schools that are established in order to provide education and educational opportunities for the children of Iranians living in foreign countries and Muslim students of other countries and all Muslims interested in studying in these schools, in different educational levels and governmental or non-governmental and according to the regulations of the Islamic Republic. And are administered by the Ministry of Education (Center for International Affairs and Schools Abroad).

8- Comparative schools: Schools to prepare Iranian students who have spent some time of their lives abroad studying, do not know Persian and want to continue their education in Iranian schools.

9- Charitable schools: Schools whose entire construction and equipment costs have been funded by a charity or donors and who have some form of willingness to participate in the management of school affairs and to continue to receive financial support. These types of schools are run on the written proposal of the charity and with the approval of the education council of the city or region under the supervision of the board of trustees. Donors who wish to contribute to the reconstruction, development, equipping, and administration of the school by providing at least half of the existing public school costs are also included in this definition.

10- Charity schools: Non-governmental schools established by individuals or charities that do not charge any tuition fees.

11- Schools of martyrs and martyrs: Schools that operate in accordance with the Articles of Association and Resolution 632 of the Higher Education Council, in order to provide educational services in accordance with the conditions of combatants, veterans, freedmen and other eligible prisoners, and all or a percentage of its students are children of martyrs, veterans and It consists of martyrs.

12- Boarding schools: A type of public school in order to create equal educational opportunities, development of educational and training facilities, as well as development of technical and vocational education in fields that require continuous presence of students, in accordance with the provisions of the relevant statute, providing accommodation and free meals in Middle and high school courses for students from scattered and sparsely populated villages are established and run 24 hours a day, during which students study and live with their fellow students during the school year. In some cases, the teachers and staff of this type of school also live in the same place with the students.

13- Nomadic schools: Schools that are established to create equal educational opportunities for students and children of nomadic and nomadic tribes, and usually operate as a full-time teacher in nomadic areas.

14- Quran schools: Schools where talented and interested students, in addition to formal programs and hours set in the curricula of courses and disciplines, about six hours per week (at least two hours in primary and three hours in middle and high school), qualifications and additional skills They learn the Qur’an and receive a Qur’anic certificate after graduation.

15- Sustainable schools: Old schools or educational units with historical monuments, at least fifty years old and with sufficient strength, which are recognized as permanent schools and are managed by a board of trustees during a specific process and in accordance with special criteria and regulations approved by the Higher Education Council.

16- Model public schools: Schools or educational units of the first and second secondary education courses, which are established in order to create equal educational opportunities with priority for less privileged areas, and by selecting talented and interested students through testing and using efficient and experienced teachers and providing appropriate facilities. Provides educational upbringing and, depending on the population and academic level, admits a different number of students and is considered a special school.

17- Affiliated schools: Schools that are established and run by other ministries, organizations and government centers and public institutions based on the approvals of the Higher Education Council.

18- Sports schools: Schools in which talented and interested students in sports, in addition to the formal curriculum of different courses, also choose a field or sport skill and learn it according to the necessary rules and regulations.

19- Board of Trustees schools: Schools that emphasize the attraction and development of public participation, strengthen the management and executive system of the school and improve the quality of educational activities, with special terms and conditions, are run as a board of trustees.

20- Iranian schools abroad: Iranian schools that are established in foreign countries for the education of the children of the agents of the Islamic Republic in those countries and are run according to the regulations issued by Iran and the forces sent from our country.

21- Adult or night schools: Schools or educational units that are usually established after the formal school hours, in the evening or at night, to continue the education of adults who, for reasons such as old age, do not have the conditions to study in day schools.

22- Talented schools: Schools for gifted students

23-Distance education schools: Flexible part-time and part-time education is provided in distance education schools. According to the programs approved by the Ministry of Education for teaching all or part of the subjects of the first and second year of high school with emphasis on learning the lessons through sight or audio and reducing the attendance hours in the classrooms according to the subject of the lessons.

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