Only a few days left until 24 November Teachers' Day! Here is the History and Meaning of Teachers' Day
Teachers' Day, an important day for students, is celebrated every year in November. Teachers' Day is the day when Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey, accepted the position of "Head Teacher of National Schools". So, what is Teacher's Day? zamThe moment is celebrated, what is the date of 2023? What is the meaning and history of Teachers' Day? Here are the things you need to know about Teachers' Day...
What is Teacher's Day? ZamIs the moment celebrated?
Teachers' Day is celebrated every year on November 24 in Turkey. This date is the day on November 24, 1928, when Mustafa Kemal Atatürk accepted the position of "Head Teacher of National Schools". In 100, the 1981th anniversary of Atatürk's birth, it was decided to celebrate Teachers' Day throughout the country on the anniversary of his becoming a "head teacher".
Celebrations related to Teachers' Day take place within the framework of the Teachers' Day Celebration Regulation, which came into force after being published in the Official Gazette on 26 November 1992.
This year, November 24th falls on a Wednesday.
What is the Meaning and History of Teachers' Day?
Teachers' Day is a day where students show their love and respect to their teachers, emphasize the importance of the teaching profession, and draw attention to the problems related to the teaching profession.
The date of Teacher's Day varies from country to country. In some countries, Teachers' Day has been celebrated on October 1994 every year since 5, with the recommendation of UNESCO. October 5 is the anniversary of the conclusion of the "Special Intergovernmental Conference on the Status of Teachers" held in Paris in 1966 and the unanimous adoption of the "Recommendation on the Status of Teachers" by representatives of UNESCO and the ILO.
In Turkey, Teachers' Day is celebrated on November 24, the day Atatürk accepted the position of head teacher. This date is the same zamIt is the day when new letters were accepted in Turkey and the literacy campaign was started.