Education Ministry praises teachers' professionalism

  • Luísa Grilo, Angolan minister of Education
Luanda – Angolan minister of Education, Luísa Grilo, highlighted Saturday the effort and the high professional sense of the Angolan teachers in teaching and learning process of children and young people in the country.

The praise is expressed in a message, ahead of National Educator's Day celebrated on Sunday, (22).

Luísa Grilo spoke of the teachers’ commitment in the situations of social hardship and difficulties, adding that the professionals spare no effort to ensure the quality education and teaching for children, youth and adults.

According to the official, the important role of the teacher in answering and bringing solution to the crises and problems that face the school and society is once again highlighted.

The minister exalts the irreplaceable role of the teacher in the task of building citizenship and developing society through education and teaching.

Luísa Grilo says that Covid-19 forced schools to undergo overhaul, facing new challenges, with the teacher, once again, called to act with skill, courage and humanity.

In view of the restrictions and conditions imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, Luísa Grilo appeals to commemorate the date in a safe and responsible manner.

The official said she was aware that “there is no future without education and the resilience of the teacher is the strength of the school”.

The National Educator Day was established in 1978, as a milestone to mark the beginning of the national literacy campaign in 1977.

Available data indicate that the sector currently has 210,674, for a universe of about 13 million students.

The praise is expressed in a message, ahead of National Educator's Day celebrated on Sunday, (22).

Luísa Grilo spoke of the teachers’ commitment in the situations of social hardship and difficulties, adding that the professionals spare no effort to ensure the quality education and teaching for children, youth and adults.

According to the official, the important role of the teacher in answering and bringing solution to the crises and problems that face the school and society is once again highlighted.

The minister exalts the irreplaceable role of the teacher in the task of building citizenship and developing society through education and teaching.

Luísa Grilo says that Covid-19 forced schools to undergo overhaul, facing new challenges, with the teacher, once again, called to act with skill, courage and humanity.

In view of the restrictions and conditions imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, Luísa Grilo appeals to commemorate the date in a safe and responsible manner.

The official said she was aware that “there is no future without education and the resilience of the teacher is the strength of the school”.

The National Educator Day was established in 1978, as a milestone to mark the beginning of the national literacy campaign in 1977.

Available data indicate that the sector currently has 210,674, for a universe of about 13 million students.