Minedu: return to the classroom will focus on the innovative transformation of the school | News
The Vice Minister of Institutional Management of the Ministry of Education, Wilfredo Rimari, supervised the infrastructure works of educational institutions No. 14746 Dios es Amor, in the town of Yacila, in Paita, and Nuestra Señora de Fátima, in the urban area of Piura . Photo: Minedu
The Vice Minister of Institutional Management of the Ministry of Education (Minedu), Wilfredo Rimari, affirmed that for the return to the classroom the sector will focus on seeking the transformation of the school with an innovative education in a context of health emergency.
During his work visit to Piura, where he supervised various educational infrastructure works, Rimari verified the progress of the works that will benefit thousands of children and young people, who at the moment are following school classes through Aprendo en Casa and local strategies of remote teaching.
“We are going to return to a transforming school and teachers have to face education in an innovative way, we cannot continue doing the same because we are simply going to obtain the same results as always,” he said.
On the first day, the vice minister supervised the infrastructure works of educational institutions No. 14746 Dios es Amor, in the town of Yacila, in Paita, and Nuestra Señora de Fátima, in the urban area of Piura, and spoke with a group of innovative teachers from different groups and directors of UGEL in the region.
“In the country there are many talented teachers who are obliged to join together to transform education, we have to discover them so that they contribute to the development of education, we are committed to making the change that we all want and dream to build a new Peru” , he claimed.
On the second day of his work visit, Rimari participated in the groundbreaking ceremony of IE 20436 Rosa Suarez Rafael de Piura, in which 600 schoolchildren are studying.
Currently, the Minedu executes one direct work and two works in the form of works for taxes. In addition, it received two more works worth S / 194 million that will benefit 5,335 students and develops direct projects for S / 349 million in 8 schools that host 9,193 students.
This year, more than S / 23 million have been transferred to 3,299 schools for maintenance work and the purchase of hygiene kits. Likewise, an additional budget of S / 3 million was transferred for the installation of sinks in 1,606 educational premises.
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