According to the statement issued at the Council of Ministers meeting, in addition to changing the legal regime applicable to the Portuguese School of Luanda, the rules governing the constitution and operation of the School Association Training Centers (CFAE) were approved.
The diploma aims to "promote the expansion of the Portuguese educational and training offer in Angola, through the creation of hubs of the Escola Portuguesa de Luanda, harmonize the legal regime that regulates the management and operation of Portuguese schools abroad and deepen ties of friendship and cooperation that unites people who have Portuguese as a common language", indicates the report.
The measure will "standardize the rules relating to directors of school groups and non-grouped schools, with CFAE directors being able to serve the same number of consecutive terms as directors of school groups and non-grouped schools, up to a maximum of four consecutive terms".
The Portuguese School of Luanda, created in the 1980s, was until 2021 managed by the Cooperativa Portuguesa de Ensino em Angola (CPEA), but from 7 September 2021 it began to be managed by the Portuguese Ministry of Education, after a dispute with some cooperators.
The Portuguese Ministry of Education had supervised the institution since 2006, although the school was managed by a private entity that had a management contract with the State.