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Ministry Of Education Invites More to Participate In Second Day Of PRESENT

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The Ministry of Education, Sustainable Development, Innovation, Science, Technology and
Vocational Training wishes to thank everyone who made the extra effort to participate in
its PRESENT (Proudly Representing Each School Exalting our Nation’s Teachers) initiative,
paying homage to our nation’s teachers and the incredible role they play in shaping lives
and careers on the island.

Ministry officials were heartened by the outpouring support within the Ministry itself and
the wider education sector, the Cabinet of Ministers, various sections of government and
within the private sector.

The many who turned out to work in the school uniform of their alma mater show great appreciation during this year’s Teacher’s Week.

The Ministry reminds all that there still is another opportunity on Friday October 7th, 2022
to take part in PRESENT and show appreciation to your former teachers by “putting on
your school clothes – Mètè had lekòl ou” to represent your former school and teachers to
say thanks in a special way.

SOURCE: Ministry of Education, Sustainable Development, Innovation, Science, Technology and Vocational Training. Headline photo: Government MPs wearing uniforms of their alma maters. 

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