In February the Angolan National Institute for Education Research (INIDE) hosted a lecture in the capital Luanda on alphabetization and learning how to read and write in Angola's primary schools. António and Tetiana Bazola also took part. Together, they founded and established Angola's only Waldorf School in Cabinda. In addition to representatives of the Education Commission of the Angolan Parliament and other politicians, the new Angolan Minister of Education was also present. António Bazola took the opportunity to talk to the Minister and presented her with the book "100 Years of Education towards Freedom" published by the Friends of Waldorf Education (picture). In the book, 67 Waldorf teachers explain the development of Waldorf Education in their country. António and Tetiana Bazola contributed a piece on the Waldorf School in Cabinda. In dialogue with the National Institute for Education Research they are working toward more rights and recognition for Waldorf Education in Angola.
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