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The breath in a cage festival was opened today with the aim of freeing the prisoners of non_intentional crimes. The secondary school for girls of the second period of Hazrat Javad_Al_Aemeh(p.b.u.h) along with the managing director of the institution and the officials of the complex hosted the deputies of the general directors of education and atonement headquarters of  Yazd province. Due to the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the institution Gholam Ali Sefid reviewed the memories of the past. At the beginning of her speech and then mentioned the educational and cultural approaches of the complex. He also called the participation of the students in cultural programs on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the institution effective in line with the goals of the institution. Azimi, the representative director of Dieh headquarters in Yazd province, went on to report on the performance of this headquarters in the first 5 months of this year and said: Since the beginning of this year, 66 prisoners of non-intentional crimes have been released from prisons in the province and returned to their families. The number of those released were 42 clients related to financial convictions, 13 clients sentenced to pay dowry, 10 clients sentenced to alimony and one sentenced to pay labor accident compensation. The fifth charity festival with the participation of students will be held from january 17th to january 25th at the high school and will be open to the public.
The presence of the former minister of education at the cultural charity institution of Hazrat Javad_Al_Aemeh (p.b.u.h) According to the public relations Unit of the cultural charity institute of Hazrat Javad_Al_Aemeh(p.b.u.h) Ali Asghar Fani traveled to Yazd and he attend in the office of GholamAli Sefid, the managing director of the institute in the presence of managers and deputies of the educational complex and officials in the morning wednsday december 28th. He spoke at the educational complex as a professor of management knowledge , about strategic plans and goal setting. Also in this meeting , a basic definition of how to change and evolve in the organization was presented to the officials. Ali Asghar Fani, the general manager, has several secondary education courses in her portfolio He was the vice_chancellor of education department of education region 16, on march 21, 1980. Head of education department of region 16 since march 21st, 1981. Director general of education of Kurdistan in 1985. Deputy education minister of the ministry of education in 1988 to 1992, cultural deputy of foundations in 1985 to 1989. Deputy and vice president of Tarbiat Modares university of human science in 1996 to 1997. Deputy minister of education and human resources in 1992 to 1996. Deputy minister of martyr program in 1997 to 1998. Deputy education minister of the ministry of education in the year of secondary education from 2000 to 2004. The head of the ministry of education from  2000 to 2004. The deputy secondary education of the ministary of education from september to november 2004. Head of the secratriat of the education and training council and assistant professor of Tarbiat Modares university.
Preschool The preschool project plan was prepared after studying the most up-to-date and efficient kindergartens in the world and with a station approach; In this way, the spaces and usages are fixed and children decide what activities to do at any moment. This project was designed and executed with 900 meters of infrastructure in two floors with concrete structure. This educational unit, which has 8 classes, was put into operation in October 2022. Imamshahr Elementary School (Amir Mozafar Rahimian) Imamshahr Elementary School is designed with a student-centered educational approach; Phase one of this project with the use of a sports hall was completed and put into operation in 2018 by the esteemed philanthropist Mr. Dr. Rahimian in memory of his late son Amir Mozaffar Rahimian. Phase 2 of the Elementary school, with 1725 square meters of infrastructure on three floors and with 10 teaching spaces, is in the stage of completing the skeleton and roofing. According to the planning, this phase will be put into operation in October 2023. This primary school will have a total of 4500 meters of infrastructure and 30 teaching spaces. Imamshahr Sports Hall (Saeed Afzalipour) This sports hall is under construction in the lower part of the preschool yard of this complex in Imamshahr area. The cost of building this educational aid unit was provided by the family of the late Saeed Afzalipour. This sports hall has an area of 260 square meters and is built with a concrete frame. The development plan of the first period boys' primary school (Zahra Khalidi)  The development plan of this primary school in two floors and 450 square meters with 4 classes was completed in the first 6 months of 2022 and was put into operation in October of this year. Creativity and innovation center  This center is designed with the aim of expanding research and study into flexible spaces on 3 floors. The infrastructure of this center is 1050 square meters and with a concrete structure in operation. The body of the second term boys' high school was destroyed following the recent flood in Yazd city. Body restoration was immediately put on the agenda; After the needs assessment of the high school, the design was done in the form of a green space and rest area for the students and reached the implementation stage.
As reported by the Public Relations Center, the meeting of the Development Council of Hazrat Javad Al-Aemeh (AS) Institution was held which was attended by Mr. Abd Al-Qoddoos Yasinzadeh, Mr. Tahmasebi (a cultural activist from Afghanistan), Mr. Warshokar (an international activist), Dr. Poursarajian (the president of Imam Javad University College) and a group of officials from the Institution and Imam Javad University College. In this meeting, Dr. Poursarajian highlighted the importance of attracting Afghan students as one of the goals and priorities of the International Office of this university, considering the language and culture  commonalities of Iran and Afghanistan. Explaining the fact that about 10 percent of the population of Yazd Province is made up of Afghan immigrants, Mr. Sefid said, “In the current corona pandemic conditions, due to the virtual education conditions, these immigrant students cannot use the facilities of cyberspace and online education and accordingly some of them have dropped out of the university”.  “Also, it has been for several years now that the Supreme Leader has issued a decree stating that no foreign student should be deprived of education. Considering this emphasis, providing a platform for higher education for foreign citizens is decided as one of the priorities of this institution.” Expressing interest in cooperating in various fields with Javad Al-Aemeh Institution, Mr. Yasinzadeh invited the authorities from this Institution to participate in the "Culture and Education" exhibition in Herat, Afghanistan.  
Mr. Gholam Ali Sefid, the Director General of Yazd Imam Javad (AS) Educational Institution, in the appreciation ceremony of student writers and illustrators, called “Small Pencils, Big Steps” mentioned that all the plans and programs related to this field are held by students, teachers, instructors, and the authorities at Imam Javad (AS) Educational Institution. He added that Imam Javad (AS) Institution focuses on versatile and many-sided training. He said: “We believe that in an open atmosphere and by realizing the potentials and talents and their growth cycle, the students can actualize a bright future for the whole country.” He emphasized: “If we try to inject certain ideas and concepts into the minds of our students by force, we will never be successful. Therefore, in this institution we will take special steps in educational, sports, and artistic fields and our teachers are making efforts in these directions.” Mr. Sefid also said: “We try to be concerned about other aspects of children’s lives and do not make memorizing the books our students’ mere focal point. However, we train them for living properly and try to have real life in our schools’ environments.” He maintained: “ It’s been a couple of years we have taken steps in this path and we have encouraged our center’s children to enter writing and authorship fields so that their inner selves can fruitfully thrive. Shabestan News Agency wrote that Hojjat Al-Eslam Mozaffar Salari, the national writer and Yazd’s Coordination Headquarters of Mosques’ Councils Manager, attending the Appreciation Ceremony of student writers and illustrators at Imam Javad (AS) Educational Institution, which was called “Small Pencils, Big Steps”, said:” This is a precious measure taken by Imam Javad (AS) Institution to have allowed the children and teenagers the opportunity to be able to write books and publish them. He added: I was a member of Children and Adolescents Intellectual Development Center as a child and I always aspired to get the chance to write books and publish the, however, these facilities did not exist back then. However, I used to buy some luxurious notebooks and jotted down my stories there with some illustrations and endowed them to my friends as gifts. Salari also mentioned: “I guarantee that Yazd will be one of the main centers for children and adolescent literature in the near future.” He said: "With the support of the officials, we are implementing a project called “Taravat” (meaning freshness) in Yazd, in which 30 mosques and more than 1300 teenagers are involved in different activities, one of which is storytelling, and we hope that these capacities can cause good things to happen in the province." The writer of the book ”Deebal and Zolfa”  stated: “During my childhood and adolescence, I was influenced by some foreign writers, such as Jules Verne, Patterson, and Charles Dickens, and sometimes I tried to imitate them. Among Iranian authors, I was also inspired by Mahmood Hakimi, samad Behrangi, and Amoozadeh Khalili and I continued writing.  Referring to the stories of Amouzadeh Khalili, one of the country's renown writers, he said: "Amoozadeh Khalili is one of the pillars of literature in our country and has trained a generation in the field of fiction. We  sincerely hope to be able to recognize this capacity properly.”