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Tue, 14 Aug 2018 19:08 - Updated Tue, 14 Aug 2018 19:07

Special education with new six classrooms in Uige

Uíge - Special education in Uíge this year will have new classrooms in the village Mateus, eight kilometers northeast of the city of Uíge, in order to improve the conditions of accommodation and student learning.

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The secretary of State for Pre - School and General Education, Joaquim Felizardo Alfredo Cabral, who spoke to the press during his visit to the infrastructure, said that the six rooms will minimize the lack of this area in Uige province.

In this school there will also be a laboratory for teacher training and attendance of inclusion classes for students with special educational needs.

The province has 64 teachers and 1,480 students, including visually impaired, hearing impaired and physically handicapped.

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