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Sat, 20 Jan 2018 10:53 - Updated Sat, 20 Jan 2018 10:52

MED to speed up private school legalization process

Luanda - The Ministry of Education (MED) has pledged Friday to work to reduce bureaucracy and expedite the process of legalizing private schools.

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Joaquim Cabral, State Secretary for Pre-school and General Education

This guarantee was given by the Secretary of State for Pre-school and General Education, Joaquim Cabral, during a meeting with religious leaders, in partnership with the Ministry of Culture.

Joaquim Cabral said that the processes already referred to the ministry will be evaluated according to the nature of each institution, to be legalized and contribute to the teaching and learning process and to eradicate illiteracy in the country.

The MED will continue to empower partners and provide the material and manuals as much as possible and with civil society to raise funds to enhance the services of eradicating illiteracy.

The Government intends to provide institutional support and for this it is working to pay for the arrears and ask religious institutions to promote the recruitment of volunteer literacy teachers.

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