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Success and challenges of Afghan education

Nearly 40 percent of children enrolled in schools are girls despite threats from the Taliban.

Last Modified: 08 Sep 2013 06:22
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In Afghanistan, the education sector is considered a success with millions of children now enrolled in schools.

Nearly 40 percent of those are girls - a huge change from when the Taliban was in power, but there are still many challenges.

Al Jazeera's Jennifer Glasse reports from Kabul.

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