Luanda - Angolan State and its administrative structures is facing a set of challenges to respond to the covid-19 pandemic, said Thursday the Secretary of State for Pre-school and Primary Education, Pacheco Francisco.More about this news
Luanda - The upgrade of the TV and radio classes in the primary and first cycle (7th to 9th grade) education system were analyzed last Tuesday, in Luanda, at a meeting between the minister of Education, Luísa Grilo, and coordinators of the projects.
Luanda - The National Association of Private Education (ANEP) and the Teachers Trade Union (Sinprof) have shown opposite sides on the date set for children to return to school, July 13.
Luanda - Angola’s Ministry of Education (MED) reduced the 2020 academic year to two quarters, with classes to resume on 13 July in the Second Cycle of secondary education.
Luanda - Egypt offered to Angola five annual scholarships at graduate and postgraduate levels in medicine and nursing, agronomic engineering, information and communication technologies, law and trade.
Luanda - The 250 Angolan students who arrived Sunday evening from Russia have been placed in institutional quarantine, as a measure to prevent new cases of imported covid-19.
Luanda - Member States of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) that want to resume classes should adopt minimum and basic prevention requirements, including the provision of hygiene, water and sanitation facilities, due to covid-19.
Luanda - Banking procedures are in progress to ensure the payment of scholarships for Angolan students abroad, said Wednesday the National Scholarship Management Institute (INAGBE).
Luanda - Foreign Minister Teté António Monday in Luanda said that Angola is working to ratify the 1990 orthographic agreement within the Portuguese-speaking Countries Community (CPLP).