Angola: Integration of 242.979 Teachers Considered Gain for Sector

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Luanda — The Vice-minister of Education for School Social Action, General and Special Teaching, Ana Paula Inês, considered on Friday in Luanda gain of the sector the integration of at least 242.979 teachers in the last four years in Angola. Speaking to Angop on the gains of education in the last four years, the official said that teaching staff in the country recorded an increase lately due to the government commitment to improving the education sector.

Ana Paula Inês said that until 2008, the country registered 185.205 teachers. She recognised that this effort made by the government of integrating more teachers in the sector is one of the greatest gains recorded in the education domain in the last four years.

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