Mon, 29 Oct 2018 17:12 - Updated Mon, 29 Oct 2018 17:12
Special education foresees equal rights
Luanda - The Ministry of Education (MED) will launch from 2019 a set of training for teachers to strengthen the special education directing the school inclusion with a view to ensuring its applicability.
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The assurance came from National Director of Special Education, Lucas Luciano, while speaking to Angop on Monday.
He said the action strategies include right of access to quality education for all without exception, with stress to students with disabilities and high skills.
The first phase (2019) covers the provinces of Namibe, Benguela, Huíla, Uíge and Malanje with 20 trainers each province.
The second phase (2020) include the provinces of Cuanza Sul, Cabinda, Luanda, Cuanza Norte, Cunene, Huambo and Lunda Sul.
The third phase covers the remaining six province - Bengo, Zaíre, Cuando Cubango, Lunda Norte, Bié and Moxico, set for 2021.
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