SANTO DOMINGO.- The President of the Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader, and the Minister of Education, Ángel Hernández, began this Wednesday at the Liceo Cosme Manuel Jiménez in this capital the 2022-2023 school year.
NO CHILD WILL BE LEFT OUT
In the act, the head of state assured that no child will be left out of the classroom, “we will find the way, the way, but no one will be left out.”
He also announced that in about 10 days 128 schools will be inaugurated, which were within a legal knot.
He also specified that the Government is working to normalize education in the areas affected by Hurricane Fiona.
He asked all social organizations interested for decades in improving the quality of education, to unite and work together so that “education becomes a national obsession”, and recalled that this will be the first normal school year for this government after the start of Covid-19.
241 NEW CLASSROOMS
with the ceremony of this Wednesday 11 educational centers were inaugurated simultaneously, and 241 new classrooms remained in operation.
Two million 627 thousand 833 students from the public, private and semi-official sectors are summoned for this course, who will be welcomed in 10 thousand 797 educational centers that operate in nine thousand 247 schools.
Finally, the two millionth electronic device was delivered at the ceremony, which was received by the student Rachel Abigail Cornielle, from the seventh year of the first level of secondary school, who said she felt grateful for the president’s assistance and for having chosen the center to start the year.
The two millionth electronic device was delivered at the event, which was received by the student Rachel Abigail Cornielle Padilla, from the seventh year of the first level of secondary school, who on behalf of the student community expressed her gratitude to the management of President Abinader.
“LETS LEARN TOGETHER”
The stage was used to share with society the educational model “Let’s learn together”, an initiative promoted by the MINERD in order to improve the different levels of the educational community and its actors.
This project integrates all sectors of Dominican society, so that they are the promoters of a reformed educational system that works with the highest standards.
“Let’s learn together” focuses on promoting a greater and better investment of the Education budget in the classrooms and in the pedagogical processes inherent to learning; in highlighting the responsibility of regional and district directors in the different levels of learning of young people in their respective educational centers.
Also, in promoting teamwork in the regions, districts, centers, departments, directions and units of the MINERD; motivate families, teachers and civil society to join comprehensive education to deal with the remains of the system and guide employees.