As a kind of honor for teachers, the world agreed to celebrate them on the 5 October of each year, and this celebration began in the year 1994.
but this date changes from one country to another, as nearly a hundred countries around the world celebrate on this important day.
Teacher’s Day aims to honor teachers and maximize their status in their societies. It also aims to know their needs and provide them to fulfill their mission most fully and completely possible.
And among the important things that Teachers’ Day also aims at is the development and advancement of the teaching profession completely, as it is well known that this profession has declined in many regions of the world.
Especially in those areas that suffer from extreme poverty and in which people do not find their daily food, which missed the opportunity for them to rise and catch up with civilization and nations.
Although a large part of the world celebrates Teacher’s Day on the fifth of October every year, some countries celebrate it on other days, for example:
Teacher’s Day is celebrated in Afghanistan on 24 of May, and in Argentina on 11 September, in Australia on the last Friday of October, in Brazil on 15 October, in Chile on 16 October, in Colombia on 15 May, in Hungary on 1st June, and in Lebanon on 3 March, in Peru on 6 July, in Taiwan on 28 September, and in Palestine on the 14 December.