16 January 2013

Angola: Body Language On Public Television Defended

Sumbe — The creation of a body language space on the Angolan Public Television (TPA) was defended on Wednesday here, Angop has learnt.

This is part of the recommendations from the panel on the problems of the students with special needs, under the technical council of the Ministry of Education, started on Tuesday.

The panel was presented by the provincial director of education in Kuando-Kubango, Miguel Kasavube, who added that it is one of the points to be presented to the Government.

The need for the holding of awareness campaigns close to special agents, the creation of conditions for training of beginners, both at secondary and higher levels, as well as the construction and equipping of special schools are also part of the recommendations.

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