The aim of building more model schools is to reduce overcrowding in the number of students within one school, and to provide a suitable educational environment for students with modern engineering standards, but it seems that this will not be achieved due to the designs and maps allocated to those schools that include limited spaces that are not commensurate with the number of children per shift, which causes restriction of their movement in the breaks between classes, as well as the inability to practice athletic and artistic exercises, which contributes to unloading their physical energies which they enjoy, which was diagnosed by a team of NIHR when following up on site No. (B24 3) that is being implemented by one of the Asian investment companies in the city of Tikrit, the center of Salah al-Din Governorate, which indicates ill-considered planning in the development of designs and maps for environments related to children and young people and granting them their rights.




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