Icolo and Bengo - At least 1.3 million people have been attended literacy courses in Luanda from 2007 to 2017.More about this news
Luanda - Angola's illiteracy rate stands at 25 percent, according to data released on Friday in Luanda by the Secretary of State for Pre-school and General Education, Joaquim Cabral.
Huambo - University Campus of the central Huambo province will start the academic year 2018 with four health graduation courses.
Lubango - The establishment of partnerships between public and private higher education institutions facilitates the creation of conditions for quality education in the region, said Thursday in Lubango, Huíla's deputy governor for the economic, political and social sectors Maria João Chipalavela.
Lubango - The dialogue with the universities is an important source of consultation, reflection and debate for the decision-making regarding the definition of policies of the sector, said Thursday in Lubango, the minister of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Maria Sambo.
Lubango - The profile of teachers, their academic competences and the creation of the Teachers Order are some of the topics to be analysed at the Fourth Forum on the Quality of Higher Education in Angola, which kicked off on Thursday in Lubango City, capital of the southern Huila Province.
Lubango - The wise use and maintenance of education infrastructure existing in academic regions of the country is among the top priorities of the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation.
Lubango - Mandume Ndemufayo University (UMN) and other higher academic institutions based in the southern Huíla province have been advised to work harder to improve the quality of staff training.
Luanda - The Angolan education reform implemented from 2004 to 2014 has reached only one of the four aims outlined, that is the expansion of the school network.