Immediate hiring for teachers Algeria is preparing to teach English in primary

Immediate hiring for teachers Algeria is preparing to teach English in primary Algerian Minister of Education Abdelhakim Belabid issued a circular to "open a broad and immediate recruitment process for English language teachers", with the start of preparations for its inclusion in primary education curricula.  On Tuesday, the Algerian Ministry of Education began preparing for the inclusion of the English language in the primary education curricula, starting with the new season scheduled for next September, for the first time in the country's history, by a decision of President Abdelmadjid Tebboune.  Education Minister Abdelhakim Belabid issued a circular sent to the various branches of the ministry in the states, which was seen by Anadolu Agency, to "open a broad and immediate recruitment process for English language teachers."  According to the circular, "receiving applications for employment will be immediate at the beginning of August, and job applicants are required to hold a bachelor's degree in the English language, and a bachelor's degree with translation from and into the English language."  Algeria counts more than 20 thousand primary schools, according to the latest statistics of the Ministry of Education, in a way that makes the authorities require the employment of English teachers, at least twice the number of these schools, ie an average of two teachers for each school.  On June 19, President Abdelmadjid Tebboune ordered the adoption of the English language, starting from the primary stage, for the first time in the country's history.  There was ambiguity about the date of the beginning of the inclusion of English in primary education, but Tebboune said in an interview with local media that aired on Sunday evening that the decision will be implemented "this year for Algeria to enter the world."  Teaching English in Algeria now starts from the middle stage (middle school), and according to the decision, English will become the second foreign language in the primary stage, along with French.  The school season in Algeria usually begins in September of each year, and ends in June.  In recent years, demands have escalated from Algerian parties and associations calling for the inclusion of English in the early years of education, as it is the most common language in scientific circles worldwide.

Algerian Minister of Education Abdelhakim Belabid issued a circular to "open a broad and immediate recruitment process for English language teachers", with the start of preparations for its inclusion in primary education curricula.

On Tuesday, the Algerian Ministry of Education began preparing for the inclusion of the English language in the primary education curricula, starting with the new season scheduled for next September, for the first time in the country's history, by a decision of President Abdelmadjid Tebboune.

Education Minister Abdelhakim Belabid issued a circular sent to the various branches of the ministry in the states, which was seen by Anadolu Agency, to "open a broad and immediate recruitment process for English language teachers."

According to the circular, "receiving applications for employment will be immediate at the beginning of August, and job applicants are required to hold a bachelor's degree in the English language, and a bachelor's degree with translation from and into the English language."

Algeria counts more than 20 thousand primary schools, according to the latest statistics of the Ministry of Education, in a way that makes the authorities require the employment of English teachers, at least twice the number of these schools, ie an average of two teachers for each school.

On June 19, President Abdelmadjid Tebboune ordered the adoption of the English language, starting from the primary stage, for the first time in the country's history.

There was ambiguity about the date of the beginning of the inclusion of English in primary education, but Tebboune said in an interview with local media that aired on Sunday evening that the decision will be implemented "this year for Algeria to enter the world."

Teaching English in Algeria now starts from the middle stage (middle school), and according to the decision, English will become the second foreign language in the primary stage, along with French.

The school season in Algeria usually begins in September of each year, and ends in June.

In recent years, demands have escalated from Algerian parties and associations calling for the inclusion of English in the early years of education, as it is the most common language in scientific circles worldwide.
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