Where would we be as individuals, if it were not for our teachers? It’s a question many of us might rarely ponder on but it’s one that does bear asking and, whether our own experiences were good or bad, certain teachers will never be forgotten for the influences they have had on our lives.
Teaching, in actuality, is nothing short of a national duty and we all should do what we can to support the efforts of those in the profession. We should pause to give them thanks, to praise their dedication and the ways in which they handle problems each and every day with kindness and respect. And as a nation we should remain steadfast in our determination to give them our assistance, to retain their services and to invest in them, in matters pertaining to knowledge and skill development, as well as access to technology that will help them give their best.
World Teachers' Day is observed on October 5 in many parts of the globe by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and the theme for this year's celebration is "Valuing Teachers, Improving their Status."
The global event of World Teachers' Day will be held on Wednesday in Paris, France. 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the 1966 ILO/UNESCO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers, who are being honoured on this special day for choosing the challenging profession that helps many individuals in shaping their career.
"UNESCO with the WTD convening agencies (ILO, UNICEF, UNDP, and EI) and the International Task Force on Teachers, dedicates this day to celebrating a unique intergovernmental commitment – the only international standard-setting instrument on teachers – and reaffirms its commitment to the value of the profession,"
On behalf of Teachers notice board Admins: HAPPY TEACHERS DAY !!!