Thursday, November 25, 2010

National Teachers Day




National Teachers Day in Indonesia is celebrated together with the anniversary of the Association of Teachers of the Republic of Indonesia (PGRI) which was established on 25 November 1945.

10 comments:

Tutorial SEO said...

SELAMAT HARI GURU ke 62 !!!

ReBorn said...

hopefully the quality and quantity of teachers can be improved. so that remote areas receive the same educational level as in the big city.

Jolly Princess said...

Congrats to the members of PGRI. More power to you all. Have a great celebration! :)

aciid !!!!!! said...

wah hari guru ya kk :D
tpi kok kayagna d skula gda apa2 :D
moga para guru mnjadi lbih baik jdepanna :)

Wind said...

Have a great celebration day!
'A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.'
~Henry Brooks Adams

Regards from Romania!

Rob Baiton said...

@ Harry...

I was planning on posting something on this today as well. But, I have been off line most of today and you beat e to it.

No matter, I posted something anyways ;)

To all the teachers out there, may you enjoy today even if it seems just like any other day :)

cicitHJHASSANu said...

salam tuan...

kitalah cikgu di mana kita berada,mengajar atau yang diajar juga adalah cikgu esok lusanya...sayang cikgu,da'ie

Luke said...

Total respect to Indonesian teachers, they work hard and have so much pressure from the government and parents. They do a great job

the dream catcher said...

Teachers that hardly get enough payment, little respect...and in their hands born the next generation that will lead this country...

H. Nizam said...

@Tutorial SEO,
Selamat hari guru yang 65.

@Reborn,
Yes let's hope that there will be more teachers in remote area.

@JP,
Thank you for your kind greetings to our teachers.

@Aciid,
Semoga nasib gur akan menjadi lebih baik dalam waktu dekat.

@Wind,
Thank you for your kind greetings and quote.

@Rob,
I look forward to reading your post.

@cicitHJHASSANu,
Terima kasih atas ucapan hormatnya.

@Luke,
Our teachers have done a great job indeed.

@The Dream Catcher,
Our teachers should be given more appreciation by the parents, pupils, government.