Interviews

Textbooks Convey both Knowledge and Manner Culturally

According to the OERP Public and International Relations, Deputy Minister of Education and Head of the OERP, Dr Mohyeddin Mohammadian said in an interview that every effort has been made to develop textbooks that address current social, religious, cultural and economic issues so that students are prepared to live successful lives in the complex modern world. The role of other factors should not be neglected, however

National Curriculum is our Road Map to the Education Fundamental Transformation Charter

According to the OERP Public and International Relations, Deputy Minister of Education and Head of the OERP, Dr Mohammadian said in an interview, "there are 40 solutions and 99 activities in the Charter but the most important parts that by the way relate to the OERP are the National Curriculum, preparing the guides to the learning areas, levels of education, the evaluation system, research affairs, etc. We are dealing with these issues this year. Our newly compiled textbooks in the current academic year are those for grades four and eight to be piloted. Next academic year, these books will be evaluated and at the same time we will prepare the textbooks for the following grades namely grades five and nine."

Understanding & spirituality of reading the Quran

SHAFAQNA – The Quran is the word of the Ever-Living God; it has been sent down to guide humans for all times to come.

No book can be like it. As you come to the Quran, God speaks to you.

To read the Quran is to hear Him, to converse with Him, and to walk in His ways. It is the encounter of life with the Life-giver.

{God—there is no god but He, the Ever-living, the Self-Subsisting (by whom all subsist). He has sent down upon you the Book with the Truth.} (3:2-3)