7 February 2013

Angola: Malanje Govt Committed to Education Sector's Sustainable Development

Kangandala — The government of Malanje Province is committed to the sustainable development of the education sector, through the progressive implementation of an educational system that is capable of responding to the challenges of the future, towards the province's development.

This information was given last Tuesday, in Kangandala Municipality, by the provincial governor, Norberto dos Santos, in the ceremony that officially opened the 2013 academic year.

According to Norberto dos Santos, the programme of the local executive focuses on training and upgrading teachers and school managers, as well as the construction, rehabilitation and refurbishing of schools, new residences for teachers and the expansion of the school lunch programme.

He stressed that education is a key factor in the development of any society for the instruction of younger generations, reason why the sector needs a special attention, in obeisance of the administrative norms and principles which pave a way for the unification of educational models used by families and schools.

Thus, the governor called on the province's education partners to redouble efforts towards the implementation of the educational programme turned to the eradication of illiteracy in the communities, as well as securing the patriotic education of students and the retrieval of ethical, moral and civic values.

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