Ladik Directorate of National Education

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Ladik Directorate of National Education
Ladik Directorate
of
National Education
Ladik Directorate of National Education
Our Missions
We aim to,
 Show our teachers and trainers the
ways how they encourage all their students
and trainees to believe in themselves to meet
the challenges of life and work.
 Assist our teachers and trainers to let
their students and trainees discover their own
talents and interests.
 Help teachers to develop students who
are happy, eager to learn and creative.
 Receive care and guidance to all our
students to help them make decisions
concerning moral values,
friendship,honesty,leadership and tolerance
and concern for others.
Ladik Directorate of National Education
Our Directorate
Ladik Directorate of National Education (LDNE) was founded in 1961 so as to
coordinate the schools and guide the education in Ladik. It is responsible for six
primary schools, four high schools, a nursery school, a rehabilitation centre for
students with special needs, a Public Training Centre , a library and a hostel for
teachers.It is a big education family with its 3550 students and 223 teachers.
Ladik Directorate of National Education
Our City
Our city,Ladik which is located to the north side of Turkey and a
district of Samsun is a small town with its 18.000 population. It
has 56 villages.
Also with its history,thermals,nature and winter facilities, it is a
favorite destination which attracts many domestic tourists every year.
Ladik Directorate of National Education
Our City
Ladik Directorate of National Education
Samsun
Samsun is the most crowded city on the Black Sea coast with its more than half
million population and it is a major commercial port and an industrial city. It is an
ancient city which has been totally modernized and has all the traits of a commercial
port. The city, with the name Amissos in ancient times, is the port where products of
the whole region are exported and it hosts the annual Samsun Trade and Industry Fair.
The landing of Atatürk at Samsun on May 19, 1919, to organize national resistance
marked the beginning of the Turkish War of Independence and heralded the
establishment of the republic in 1923.

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