KRG opened 56 Schools at Refugee Camps
Head of Education Department in Shingal town, Hussein Khidir, said that Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) has opened 56 schools for the kids of the families escaped from violence at camps and the liberated areas.
"Kurdistan Worker Part (PKK) has opened for schools in on the Shingal Mount to prevent the kids to come to our schools," Khidir said
He also said the kids studying at the PKK schools can't get certificate of graduation because the curriculum is not recognized in Iraq and Kurdistan Region.
According to Khidir, the schools opened by KRG are suffering from lack of teachers and high number of students that reaches 40,000 students.
Due to ongoing security in- stability in Iraq, close to 1.8 million people have resorted to Kurdistan Region. Many camps have been opened and KRG have been working hard to provide them with basic needs.
In order the kids would not be deprived from schools, KRG have opened several schools and provided teaching services to them.