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Sun, 19 Jan 2020 12:15 - Updated Sat, 18 Jan 2020 15:54

Bengo avails 43 new classrooms

Caxito - At least forty-three new classrooms start operating this year in the province of Bengo, totaling 1,796 units, announced today, Saturday, the head of the Department of General Education of Bengo, António Domingos de Assurreira.

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According to the official, the classrooms, with capacity for 35 students each, are distributed in five new schools in five of the six municipalities that make up the province, namely Ambriz (6), Dande (2), Dembos (7), Nambuangongo (22) and Pango Aluquém (4).

For this academic year, 36,336 vacancies are available (against the 26,822 vacancies of the 2019 academic year) for the initiation classes (8,921), grade 1 (18,363), grade 7 (6,582) and Grade 10 (2,470).

The province of Bengo has 304 schools, 286 of which are public, 14 private (all in the municipality of Dande) and six public-private schools in Dande and Dembos.

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