Education workers protesting in Rojhilat and Tehran
Teachers who took to the streets in Eastern Kurdistan provinces and Tehran are protesting the Iranian regime privatizing education in the country and their social security not being paid.
In many provinces in Rojhilat (Eastern Kurdistan) and in Iranian capital Tehran, education workers are protesting the Iranian regime privatizing education in the country and their social security not being paid.
Teachers gathered in front of the Budget Center building in Tehran and protested the Iranian regime privatizing schools and turning public education into a paid system. The teachers say they don’t accept the Iranian regime’s intervention against teachers and the education system, and called on the regime to give up on these wrongful practices at once.
Teachers took to the street with the same cause in Rojhilat’s Mariwan, Saqiz and Kermanshah provinces and chanted, “Bread, Work, Freedom”, “Teachers deserve social security” and “Education can’t be privatized”.