The Iran-backed militia has been attempting to subvert the educational system by abusing the rights of educators, students and schools.
The Houthis' decision to name the first class of Farsi graduates in honor of slain Iranian general Qassem Soleimani has sparked anger.
The Iran-backed Houthis are using public buildings to establish their own private schools in Sanaa while some officials describe the move as corrupt and exploitative.
The coronavirus pandemic, coupled with a crippling financial crisis, have pushed back the start of the school year to October 12th.
The Yemeni Teachers' Syndicate says modifications made to school curricula by the Iran-backed Houthis would foster sectarian ideology and turn Yemen schools into Iranian regime incubators.
A rise in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in government-controlled areas prompted the decision to end the school year early.
The Janah educational centre gives Syrian children in Lebanon the skills to excel in school and hope for a better future.
Lebanese educators say that requiring children to take a test on the slain IRGC Quds Force commander is dangerous indoctrination.
The Iran-backed militia has modified school curricula to include an evaluation of students for their level of participation in its activities.
Schools have been converted into military barracks and recruitment centres, and qualified teachers have been replaced by party loyalists.