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Around 57 Sinaloa schools will no longer be made out of cardboard

The transformation of these schools will have an investment of approximately 80 million pesos

After the state governor, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, announced that there will be no more schools of cardboard and foil, the transformation of more than 50 schools around Sinaloa has begun, which It will have an investment of approximately 80 million pesos.

Juan Alfonso Mejía López, secretary of Public Education and Culture of the State of Sinaloa, announced that this program is being carried out through the Sinaloense Institute of Infrastructure with which this government will reach nearly two billion pesos facilities Educational

“There are about 57 schools that have been detected of this nature and that are being attended via the Sinaloense Institute of Infrastructure. The Governor is investing and allocating around 80 million pesos, ”he said.

It should be noted that some schools have already been radically transformed as is the case of the Nueva Creation School in Mazatlan, while others are under construction or in the bidding process.

Source: linea directa

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