The Minister of Education called on the Churches, unions, and civil society to improve the quality of the national education system

Ask to join to raise quality education system

The Minister of Education, Ángel Hernández, asked on Wednesday the churches, businessmen, unions and civil society organizations to join “militantly” in the government’s effort to raise the quality of the public education system.

The official delivered a speech at the formal opening ceremony of this school year, which calls more than 2.6 million schoolchildren to the classrooms.

“The real change is to ensure that the school is the center of concern for each of the citizens, father, mother and guardians of our country,” he said.

“We need the entire educational system and social forces to have the success of our children as their central concern, and the school is essential for this,” he specified, in his speech before President Luis Abinader, at the Cosme Manuel Jiménez high school, La sector. Javilla, La Victoria, North Santo Domingo.

He highlighted the commitment of President Luis Abinader to the success of national education.

Hernández insisted that all Dominicans “must be observers and guarantee that the learning process is continuous, without unnecessary interruptions to guarantee quality learning and the success of all our children and adolescents.”

The Minister of Education called on the Churches, unions, and civil society to improve the quality of the national education system

Population served

The school year began this Wednesday in the national territory, except in those places that were affected by the inclemencies of Hurricane Fiona and the schools are being used as shelters for refugees.

Hernández ratified the “firm commitment of the Government that no child is left out of the classroom during this school year 2022-2023”, for which various strategies have been launched that include new buildings, remodeling of spaces, rentals, and a bonus used to pay for school fees.

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