The Minister of Education of the Nation, Jaime Perczyk, signed this Tuesday together with his peer from Río Negro Mercedes Jara Tacchiatwo agreements for the construction of technical schools, and inaugurated in Viedma, the new Hospital School of Kinesiology of the Provincial University.
“Investment in technical schools is a strategic investment for our country and these initialed agreements are part of the educational policies of the national government,” he stressed.
Perczyk signed the agreements for the construction of an Educational Complex in Sierra Grande in order to promote the development of renewable energies and another to implement and launch secondary professional education in that locality of Rio Negro.
The Complex will allow carrying out activities of administrative support, technical assistance and research to develop a regional educational hub that strengthens and trains local human resources with a strategic look at the public policies carried out by Río Negro in energy matters, through the production of Green Hydrogen.
They also signed an agreement for the implementation and start-up of secondary professional education, in order to assist students in their own training path of the technical modality.
The purpose of the initiative is to accompany the entry, re-entry, permanence and completion of secondary level studies with a structuring axis based on initial professional training as a motivating factor for students.
🙌 In order to promote the development of renewable energies and professionalize Rio Negro secondary schools, an Educational Complex will be created in #SierraGrande.
– Government of Río Negro (@rionegrogob) May 3, 2022
Likewise, the letter of intent was signed for the implementation of the professional secondary school in the towns of Catriel and El Bolsón.
The letter has as its object address the new social and productive problems from professional technical education with new training alternatives aimed at adolescents with discontinuous school trajectories and/or disconnected from the educational system, which address the problems demanded.
In the National University of Rio Negrothe head of the national portfolio participated in the inauguration of the new Hospital School of Kinesiology“the works for the universities coincide with governments, they are political decisions,” he assured.
The minister remembered the deceased rector Juan Carlos del Bello, and said that in 2010 it was possible for all provinces to have at least one university, “Argentina has 57 universities,” he specified.
Among other things, he also reviewed the formation of the national university system over the years, and noted that in 1949 university fees were removed so that many boys and girls could access public universities.