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Fri, 19 Jul 2019 18:19 - Updated Fri, 19 Jul 2019 18:18

Soyo needs over 460 new teachers

Soyo - At least 462 new primary school teachers in secondary education are needed in the education sector in the municipality of Soyo, in the province of Zaire.

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The current 947 active teachers in the education system in the circumscription are insufficient to cover the school network consisting of 525 classrooms.

Forty thousand primary school students in the second cycle of secondary education attend classes in this school year in the locality.

The municipal education director, Paulo Suca, told Angop on Friday that, over the current school year, there is an overcrowding of students in classrooms, especially in primary schools.

The educational reform, still in progress in the country, establishes that a classroom should have a maximum of 45 students, a situation that contrasts with the current reality of the municipality.

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