Iran Education Minister Appointed 2023

On Tuesday, the Iranian MPs discussed Sahraee’s qualities as the suggested nominee to run the Ministry of Education. Sahraee was the subject of the debate.

With 167 votes in favor, 86 votes against, and 14 abstentions, Sahraee, who is 47 years old, was elected to office.

Yousef Noori, the former minister, tendered his resignation in April as a result of the widespread dissatisfaction caused by a delay in the payment of salary for teachers at the conclusion of the previous Persian year in March.

The Iranian Parliament appointed Reza Morad Sahraee as education minister.

In order to gain the vote of confidence from the Parliament, a nominee for a ministerial position needs to receive at least 51 percent of the vote.

The Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, met with a number of teachers from across the country on May 2 and criticized the Ministry of Education for its unstable management of affairs.

He stated, “A large organization like this will be harmed by the way it is continuously changing ministers, especially because such a change sometimes results in the change of deputies, middle managers, and even school principals.”

The Leader also emphasized the need of adapting the structure, content, and educational curriculum to the demands of the country, stressing that the country requires competent workers just as much as it requires academics and scientists.

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