The education council’s controversial decisions ‘enligthen education’s future,’ according to the education minister, despite harsh opposition criticism
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has waded into the heated debate over the possible inclusion of Ottoman language classes in the high school curriculum, vowing that the classes will be introduced “no matter what they say.”
Davutoğlu described the debates over the Ottoman language courses as ‘a storm in a teacup’
Proposals to introduce compulsory religious classes for young children in Turkey face heavy criticism from opponents.
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Post-quake homes built by TOKİ have cracks in the walls and parts of their structures have collapsed