Mon, 29 May 2017 18:09 - Updated Mon, 29 May 2017 18:08
Cuanza Sul: Governor backs permanent training to value teacher’s role
Sumbe - The provincial governor of the coastal Cuanza Sul province Eusébio Brito Teixeira said Monday that the valorisation of the teacher entails permanent academic and pedagogical training.
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The governor was speaking at consultation meeting he held with the headmasters and teachers of the first and second cycle schools, stressing the need of teachers to attend upgrading courses to enhance their role.
"We must identify and overcome the constraints that affect the sector, seeking the necessary solutions," said the provincial governor.
In his turn, the National Director of Human Resources of Education Ministry, Ramiro José João, said that the Executive is working to dignify and value the teachers.
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