According to Luísa Grilo, Minister of Education, they concern schools with seven and 12 classrooms that were built in all local administrations, adequately equipped, writes Angop.
The minister also considered that the number of classrooms is still insufficient, taking into account the number of children who study outdoors, as well as those who are not included in the normal education system. Thus, in order to meet the demand, Angola needs at least 3000 schools and over 20,000 teachers in various teaching subsystems, informed the minister.
Cited by Angop, Luísa Grilo said that "only the quota for this year's public tender is just 11,787 new teachers and the number will not cover the needs that exist in all schools in the country, because some went to reform and others died".
Regarding vacancies in the competition, the holder of the education portfolio said that among the provinces with the highest number of vacancies, Huíla (1649), Benguela (1885) and Luanda (1414) stand out. According to Angop, 10,200 vacancies are reserved for first grade competitors and 1587 are reserved for sixth grade, and the contest is only for candidates who have finished high school teaching at ISCED, that is, competitors with training in education, thus becoming de were the PUNIV students for not being teachers, but technicians for other fields of knowledge.
As for the start of classes, the minister made it known that it was scheduled for September 4, with the main event taking place on September 1 in Malanje province.
"School sports will take place in the province of Malanje, which is also the basis for having good professional athletes and normally where we close the school sports year we open the school year. This year it will be in the province of Malanje, we close sports on the 31st and on the 1st of September we officially open the school year so that on the 4th of September classes can start in full", said Luísa Grilo, quoted by Rádio Nacional de Angola (RNA).