Vice President defends teacher training and schools 4.0

  • Vice President, Bornito de Sousa
Luanda - The Vice President of the Republic, Bornito de Sousa, said today (Tuesday) in Luanda that the country needs teachers and schools 4.0, with a focus on the Angola 2050 programme and the fourth industrial revolution.

Speaking at the opening of the first national meeting on the Teaching of Engineering in Angola, he said that training qualified engineers and other staff depends on the good quality of the education and teaching system.

He added that the training of good engineers also depends on the quality and excellence of the teachers, who should be dignified, valued, respected and cherished.

He emphasised that one should continue to support the Government's measures, in the sense of positioning the teacher as the central figure of the entire education and teaching system, as well as demanding their higher training at all levels, and, with the addition of pedagogic aggregation, to take advantage of the thousands of young graduates without jobs.

On recognising that Angola is starting its journey towards territorial and urban modernisation, Bornito de Sousa said that the education and teaching system should favour technological and vocational training and employability of training, in order to generate specialists who produce lasting, quality works, combining evolution and modernity with the positive values of Angolan culture and ancestral tradition.

Speaking at the opening of the first national meeting on the Teaching of Engineering in Angola, he said that training qualified engineers and other staff depends on the good quality of the education and teaching system.

He added that the training of good engineers also depends on the quality and excellence of the teachers, who should be dignified, valued, respected and cherished.

He emphasised that one should continue to support the Government's measures, in the sense of positioning the teacher as the central figure of the entire education and teaching system, as well as demanding their higher training at all levels, and, with the addition of pedagogic aggregation, to take advantage of the thousands of young graduates without jobs.

On recognising that Angola is starting its journey towards territorial and urban modernisation, Bornito de Sousa said that the education and teaching system should favour technological and vocational training and employability of training, in order to generate specialists who produce lasting, quality works, combining evolution and modernity with the positive values of Angolan culture and ancestral tradition.