Sinaloa with a lag in educational infrastructure of 3.1 billion pesos

The instruction is to give priority to children in education, so they have attended more than 200 schools in 30 thousand kilometers traveled.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The lag in educational infrastructure that has been dragging in Sinaloa is 3.1 billion pesos in recent years but Governor Quirino Ordaz in two years has invested one billion pesos.

He highlighted the above, the Secretary of Public Education in the State, Juan Alfonso Mejía López, who was present this Monday at the Nueva Creacion elementary school located in the Santa Teresa subdivision, since it was one of the schools incorporated into the improvement programs in educational infrastructure

He said that with the instruction of the state president is to give priority to children in education, they have attended more than 200 schools in 30 thousand kilometers traveled, because there should no longer be classrooms or cardboard roofs.

“There is no secret in the area of ​​infrastructure there is a tremendous lag and that for a long time it was said that it was the most important thing. There is talk of a lag in the area of ​​educational infrastructure of around 3.1 billion pesos and in these two years the governor has invested billions of pesos, ”he said.

Mejía López added that one of the commitments for 2020 is to strengthen the increasingly inclusive education system because indifference is the first barrier that can exist in that context and children and young people must learn to participate and be part of the system with issues of decisions.

Source: radioformula.com

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