How to protect the hope of girls’ education in Afghanistan

Since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan six months ago, the educational dreams of millions of girls have been dashed. At the end of March, the group renegade on his promise to allow Afghan girls to attend secondary school. Although it has allowed some women and girls to return to the classroom, the Taliban have begun to modify the curriculum to prioritize religious studies and have placed harsh restrictions on how female students should dress, travel and even talk on the phone.

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