An operation is under way to clear areas under Taliban control to allow the province's 11,000 affected students to return to class, local officials say.
Tribal elders and religious scholars negotiated with the Taliban, which had forced some schools to close for years.
A photo of Jahantaab Ahmadi, taken as she cradled her baby amid an university entrance exam, has gone viral.
Educational opportunities in Pakistan for Afghan students are a sign of strong ties between the two nations, officials say.
A new education centre, transportation links, and an official visit by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to Uzbekistan are all indicators of stronger ties between Afghanistan and Uzbekistan.
Twenty-two graduates, including seven men, completed the two-year master's programme, the first to be offered in Afghanistan.
More than 26,000 students in two districts of Jawzjan are out of school, while the Taliban demands that girls in Ghazni stop school after sixth grade.
The Pakistani government is offering special student visas, dedicated slots in schools and scholarships for Afghan students.
Pakistani authorities are issuing special identification cards to Afghan schoolchildren residing along the border, enabling them to go to Pakistani schools.
The terrorist group is waging a war against education, but parents, children and local officials are resisting.