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First TPM: Theme Report

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As educators we take upon ourselves the task of offering skills, knowledge, and education to all the students entrusted to us by their parents, aiming to shape not only well-qualified professionals and personalities with adequate background knowledge that will help them make it later on in life but also responsible citizens that will contribute to the common benefit of society locally, nationally, and internationally. Within this framework, we get in daily contact with our students, we work together, we guide them through their studies, and we encourage them to express themselves bringing out what is best in them as students and individuals. However, we can only do that as long as our students remain under the common roof we share and call “school”.

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