The Mama Aymen private school in Baghdad's mostly Sunni Muslim Jami'a neighborhood has a growing number of students because parents distrust Iraq's public education system. This primary school has plans to expand with a high school this fall. (Sahar Issa/MCT)
The Mama Aymen private school in Baghdad's mostly Sunni Muslim Jami'a neighborhood has a growing number of students because parents distrust Iraq's public education system. This primary school has plans to expand with a high school this fall. (Sahar Issa/MCT) Sahar Issa / MCT
The Mama Aymen private school in Baghdad's mostly Sunni Muslim Jami'a neighborhood has a growing number of students because parents distrust Iraq's public education system. This primary school has plans to expand with a high school this fall. (Sahar Issa/MCT) Sahar Issa / MCT

Another legacy of war: Iraqis losing faith in public schools

September 10, 2009 04:59 PM

UPDATED March 22, 2010 04:59 PM

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