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August 14, 2002

Teachers Needed In Aghanistan

While in Washington for a reconstruction sumit recently, the Afghan minister for higher education called for the US to help set up a nationwide program to teach English to the Afghan people. Stating that it was a project that "only the United States can do", Sharief Fayez said, "We need thousands of teachers. You don't need a master's degree. You can be a graduate of 12th grade."

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