MINISTER ÖZER SENDS CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT TO TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORSFace to face education for five days a week which began on September 6, 2021 will end on June 17, 2022. Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer sent Certificates of Achievement to all teachers and school administrators who worked with sacrifice to keep schools open and continue education without any interruption under the Covid-19 pandemic conditions.
Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer announced that he sent Certificate of Achievement to all teachers and school administrators who continued face-to-face education despite hard pandemic conditions. It is the second certificate that Özer sent to teachers and administrators.
"We are happy to send Certificate of Achievement to all teachers and school administrators for the second time"
Noting that all teachers and school administrators worked with sacrifice to keep schools open and continue education without any interruption under Covid-19 pandemic conditions, Minister Özer said, "We have entered the last week of this school year. We are happy to complete face-to-face education successfully. Heroes of this process are the teachers. They wore masks, followed pandemic rules and got vaccinated. Vaccination rate of teachers was higher than OECD average. They displayed an example for the country. We distributed certificates at the end of the first term and now we are giving second certificates for their sacrifices."
"Number of apprentice and foreman which was 160,000 in December 2021 reached 510,000 today"
Minister Özer mentioned increasing number of apprentice and foreman enrolled in vocational education centers and went on to say that:
"Amendment in the Vocational Education Law and transformation in the vocational education centers resulted in gradual increase in the number of apprentices and foremen. Number of apprentices and foremen which was 160,000 in December 2021 reached 510,000 today. As President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan stated earlier, we set the goal to enroll 1 million students in these centers until the end of this year."