Not only the current first lady worked at the school! One of her predecessors also taught!
As the “Super Express” website reminds us, on October 14 we celebrate National Education Day in Poland, which is popularly referred to as the Teacher's Day. Today, the entire teaching staff and the school community celebrate their holiday. Before moving to the Presidential Palace, the current first lady also worked in one of Krakow's high schools. Agata Kornhauser-Duda taught German. It turns out that one of her predecessors was also a teacher.
Agata Kornhauser-Duda worked at the school. Not only her!
It's no secret that before Andrzej Duda won the presidential election, his wife worked at a school. Agata Kornhauser-Duda taught German in one of Kraków's high schools. The first lady started her teaching adventure in 1998.
The students she taught appreciated the way she did it. They emphasized her enormous knowledge, as well as the ability to prepare them for a good final exam. And although after Andrzej Duda took the office of president, his wife had to give up her professional activity, she was already the first lady willing to meet students.
It turns out that Anna Komorowska, the predecessor of the current first lady, also worked at the school. The wife of President Bronisław Komorowski mentioned her work at the school in the book “First Ladies of the Third Republic”.
Anna Komorowska worked at the school
Anna Komorowska revealed that during her studies she worked at the school as a teacher. She taught Latin at the time. “Then I had a term contract, which ended in August 1979, and in September I gave birth to my eldest daughter. In this situation, the school gave up on me” – m & oacute; wiła.
The birth of more children resulted in that Anna Komorowska decided to focus on the family. As she said herself, she did not lack work with a large group of children. However, she has been tutoring Latin sometimes.
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