Karabakh raises post-war problems in education system

Karabakh raises post-war problems in education system

PanARMENIAN.Net - Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) State Minister Artak Beglaryan has said that many problems have arisen or become acute in the education system following the war in the fall of 2020.

Beglaryan on Wednesday, June 22 participated in in the conference Forum 405 organized by Teach for Armenia and the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport.

According to him, said issues have a negative impact on the quality of education, affecting the behavior and psychology of everyone involved– students, teachers and families.

"We must provide effective and innovative solutions to these problems, seeking to offset their negative impact on the one hand, and to use the crisis as an opportunity for rebirth and further development on the other," Beglaryan said.

During the war, the Azerbaijani Armed Forces attacked civilian infrastructure, including schools and kindergartens across Artsakh. The Azeri army also used cluster munitions to target civilian settlements and the peaceful population of Artsakh.

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