The Iran-backed group has imposed a new set of fees on cash-strapped parents as it kicks off the school year early and with little preparation.
Persian language classes remain unpopular in Yemen, despite the incentives offered, reflecting a deep-seated lack of interest among youth.
The 'We Love Reading' initiative has helped half a million children in the kingdom since 2006, including thousands of Syrian refugees.
Schools where education has been disrupted by the war and COVID-19 have seen enrollment increase and learning conditions improve.
USAID's $50 million pledge to provide higher education assistance reflects US commitment to empowering youth to shape Lebanon's future.
The plan must be comprehensive and sustainable for the teacher, the student, the curriculum and the entire education process, minister says.
The Yemeni Teachers Syndicate called for a general strike to reject the dismissal and targeting of teachers and the change and distortion of curricula.
Lebanese families are revisiting their children's private school education as tuition fees triple, while public school education is also suffering.
Teachers remain unpaid, there are 2.4 million children outside the education system, and 3,000 schools have been damaged or destroyed.
Children from refugee families are falling behind amid Lebanon's economic crisis as a result of high transportation costs and other challenges.