Today we will tell you today is national what day. In 1994, UNESCO proclaimed 5 October as World Teachers’ Day to commemorate the adoption by UNESCO and the International Labor Organization (ILO) of the Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers.
World Teachers’ Day demonstrates awareness, understanding and recognition of the essential contribution of teachers to education and development. On October 5, together with more than 100 countries around the world, the Canadian Teachers ‘Federation and its member organizations across the country celebrate World Teachers’ Day with an awareness campaign that highlights the contributions of the teaching profession.
World Teachers’ Day October 5
“Without teachers, education would not fulfill its role because teaching does not only mean teaching the student a series of facts and numbers, inspiring, unleashing the potential of the child and offering new perspectives. Teaching is helping children realize their dreams of a better world.
That is why Education International insists so much on the right of every child in the world to receive the attention of qualified personnel.
Throughout the various stages of schooling, from kindergarten to higher education, qualified teachers are needed to guide students and encourage them to cultivate fundamental values such as peace, tolerance, equality, respect and understanding. Qualified teachers help children, youth and adults become critical, responsible citizens who can act on the world around them. They also awaken their sense of dialogue and their sense of self-confidence and towards others. Teachers are the pillars of education. To teach is to open the doors of a better world.
The quality of education depends on the quality of tomorrow’s world. ”