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Thu, 06 Jun 2019 15:54 - Updated Thu, 06 Jun 2019 15:54

Malanje: Official calls for society?s involvement in teaching process

Luanda - The Secretary of State for Pre-School and General Education Pacheco Francisco recently appealed to Municipal administrators, school managers and teachers to contribute to the solution to teaching and learning problems in northern Malanje province.

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Secretary of State for Pre-School and General Education Pacheco Francisco

Photo: Francisco Miudo

Speaking at the meeting, Pacheco regretted the fact that fourth-grade pupils and, in some cases the primary education finalists (6th grade), can not read, write, or do mathematical calculations.
 

"All of us, school managers, kindergarten workers and teachers should not fall asleep in the face of this evil. We must reflect on the causes that have led students not to learn, "he said.

The State Secretary directed the Municipal Sections of Education to meet regularly with the schools of their jurisdiction and the schools with their managers, teachers and society to jointly find solutions to the problems, thus achieving the goals defined in the National Development Plan (NDP).
 

The Secretary of State for Pre-School and General Education Pacheco Francisco, who worked in the municipalities of Cacuso, Kalandula, Cangandala and the headquarters of Malanje province, urged for cooperation between management, teachers and other schools.

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