LABEH graduated its first English Language students
LABEH through its department of education and capacity development graduated its first English Language students, only seven students were graduated in 2004. As a new Nation, Timor-Leste is working to develop in several sectors, and the education sector has been identified as a top priority by the Government of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste.
According to Article 59, section 3 of the RDTL Constitution, the Government, “recognizes and supervises private and cooperative education” allowing private investment in the entire sector from kindergarten to higher education. It enables private initiatives to participate in the education sector to help in reducing illiteracy and poverty and to promote a set of life and learning skills that promote a continuing ability and desire to learn, and a set of technical and professional skills that permits a range of career choices.
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