Education in Afghanistan includes K–12 and higher education, which is supervised by the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Higher Education in Kabul, Afghanistan. Afghanistan is going through a nationwide rebuilding process and, despite setbacks, institutions are established across the country.
The international community is working with the Afghan Government to build more schools and bring reforms to the education system, slowly but surely. Yet despite the impressive metrics, the quality of education remains the biggest challenge. Schools lack proper facilities
Afghan law states that education is compulsory through class nine when children normally would be about 14 years old, though, in reality, many children have no access to education to this level – or sometimes, to any level.
Every year queries like the ones listed below flood the internet showing that there are a lot of Afghan students that are looking for scholarship opportunities out there.