5 February 2013

Angola: Luanda Gains 27 New Schools

Luanda — Twenty-seven new schools of various education levels comprising 12 classrooms each, opened Tuesday in Luanda province, under the start of 2013 academic year.

The information was released Tuesday by Education director of Luanda province, André Soma.

Speaking to the press on the sidelines of the inauguration ceremony of the primary school and I cycle, in Benfica, Belas municipality, the official said that the number of classrooms will allow access of more children, compared to last year.

He said that with the inauguration of the new infrastructure the sector will improve the quality of education.

Over 1,700 teachers have been integrated in public and private education, noted Andre Soma.

Inaugurated by the vice President of Republic, Manuel Vicente, the construction of school lasted ten months and cost 117 million kwanzas.

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