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Afghan government aims to improve education

Government under President Karzai has been striving to improve both curriculum and access to education.

Last Modified: 06 Oct 2013 11:25
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The Afghan constitution will not allow current President Hamid Karzai to run for a third term, which means Afghans will have a new leader next year.

But one of Karzai's early promises was to rebuild an education system destroyed by the Taliban.

The reforms include easier access to education and a better curriculum. 

Al Jazeera's Jennifer Glasse reports from Herat.

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