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Angola and Brazil join forces to invest in inclusive education

Angola and Brazil are united in inclusive education. In this sense, Luanda saw the start, this Monday, of the third phase of training of agents in specialized educational services (AEE).

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In a statement, to which VerAngola had access, the Ministry of Education informs that the Minister of Education, Luísa Grilo, presided over the opening ceremony.

On the occasion, the head of the Education portfolio highlighted "the consolidation of the National Special Education Policy as a commitment by the Executive", which aims to "provide the integral and harmonious development of students, taking into account personal characteristics as well as their needs".

According to Luísa Grilo, the training will help promote the "transversality of the special education modality for all education subsystems, ensuring the right of access, permanence and participation in school for people with disabilities", the note reads.

Rafael de Melo Vidal, Brazilian ambassador to Angola, said to be "positive the bet" of the Angolan Executive in "strengthening special education and training and social inclusion".

It should be noted that this third phase of the Escola para Todos project foresees the training of around 300 teachers from Luanda, Huíla, Benguela, Huambo and Namibe.


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