Girl students of Zilaii district in the city of Boyer Ahmad, southwestern Iran, left school in the absence of segregated schools for girls and because of not affording transportation to the city.
As the district lacks separate schools for girls, high school girls either left the school on their own or were forced to do so due to their families’ opposition.
They do not have access to any vehicle nor do they afford the cost of transportation to schools in the city.
Many villages across Iran do have similar conditions. (Iran Wire website – November 12, 2017)