How Iran's educational policies restrict intellectual and religious freedoms
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Imposed Religion in Education

In Iran, the educational and media systems are heavily influenced by the state's strict religious ideology. This influence extends to the suppression of secular or atheist perspectives, with the government controlling educational content to enforce religious conformity. State media often propagates a singular religious viewpoint, excluding or marginalizing those who dissent or do not adhere to the official religious beliefs. This systemic bias affects not only educational materials but also the broader cultural discourse, where non-religious perspectives are rarely represented or acknowledged. This approach not only stifles religious freedom but also limits the intellectual and cultural development of the society by enforcing a narrow view of acceptable beliefs and practices.

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