Teachers protest in north of Iran for their rights

A group of teachers from Gilan Province, in north of Iran, on Monday protested outside the local branch of the regime’s Education Ministry in the city of Rasht.

The Iranian teachers protested against inequality, poor living standards, and overdue wages, the National Council Resistance of Iran (NCRI) said.

There was a strong presence of women teachers among the protesters.

On September 22, on the eve of the new Iranian academic year, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the Iranian Resistance’s President-elect, hailed Iran’s university and high school students, teachers, and professors as “future makers” and wished them a fruitful year with more extensive protests and advancement on the path of freedom and emancipation of the people of Iran.