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Angola: Education Ministry to Expand Adult Education

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The Ministry of Education (MED) intends to encompass the adult education into the secondary education to secure the continued training of the pupils involved in the literacy process.

This was announced on Monday in Ondjiva city, southern Cunene province by the Secretary of State for General and Pre-school Education, Joaquim Felizardo Cabral.

The official, who briefed on the current state of the education of the province, said the implementation of the secondary education for adult education will serve to combat illiteracy.

Cunene province has currently a total of 243.353 students enrolled for the present school term, at pre, primary and secondary education, secured by 6.336 teachers. – ANGOP

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