Angola: Official Urges More Interaction Between Parents and Schools

Luanda — The National Director of General Education, Luís Grilo, urged Thursday, here, more interaction between parents and schools, in order to avoid children from leaving schools.

According to the official, speaking to Angop, about the beginning of 2013 school year, stressed that the parents should play a bigger role by accompanying regularly, with responsibility and actively the children, so that at the end of year they have a positive result at school.

Luísa Grilo said that the family should interact with the teacher of the child, not only during the start of the school year, but throughout the year to help the child learn well and with quality.

Luísa Grilo advised also the community to contribute in protecting the school, to avoid the school property from being damaged.

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