Iraqi schools on the mend

06/23/2004 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Overshadowed by reports of continuing violence in Iraq, the revival of the beleaguered country's public education system has been, for the most part, a quiet success story. Teachers' monthly salaries have risen from $3 to as much as $200, a new curriculum is being developed and schools now are centrally run.

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