Meduca is committed to meeting requests from schools in West Panama

After parents, students and teachers, from the Fernando De Lesseps, Nuevo Chorrillo and Reina Torres de Araúz schools, marched to the Presidency of the Republic to demand improvements in their educational centers, the Deputy Minister of Education Infrastructure, Ricardo Sánchez , met with them this April 28.

In the meeting with leaders of teachers and members of the educational community, Vice Minister Sánchez reported that more than 100 million dollars are invested in the province of Panama Oeste in repairs and construction of new schools such as Tomás Guardia, José Encarnación Escala, Cristóbal Adán De Urriola, New Emperor and the Son of the Carpenter, among others.

“We have received a list of requests from several schools in Western Panama… We have lists of charges, new plans ready so that next year we can put that school out to tender (Fernando de Lesseps),” he said, assuring that in the short term they attend to the construction of some modular classrooms to respond to this campus.

The deputy minister clarified that some needs will be met and continuity will be given to the project and existing plans for new structures for workshops and laboratories at Fernando De Lesseps, thus acknowledging the demands of the students and the educational community of Arraiján in general.

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