Be careful moms and dads! School fees are not mandatory in Michoacán

Be careful moms and dads! School fees are not mandatory in Michoacán

Morelia, Michoacán.- The school fees in Michoacan they are not mandatorynor can they limit the enrollment or access of children and adolescents to basic education schools, Secretary of State Education (SEE) has made an internet portal available to report cases.

Therefore, the educational unit urges parents to report this type of irregularity to the authorities of the corresponding level.

“In case of detecting any of these irregularities or in any case of possible corruption, including asking for money in exchange for procedures or services, sale of places, charging for changes or documents, the general population is invited to file the corresponding complaint through from the page https://intra.secoem.michoacan.gob.mx/denuncias., the SEE pointed out in a press release.

The complaints mailbox that will be used is the one known as the “Orange Mailbox”, where you can present complaint against any public servant.

The SEE also sent a circular to the directors of the public education establishments in Michoacán, where the strict ban on mandatory school fees is highlighted.

It is the indication of the secretary Yarabí Ávila González that the contributions to the campuses be previously approved by the Association of Mothers and Fathers of Families; In addition to that they must be totally voluntary and those responsible for managing the resource will be held accountable.

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Also, It is not possible to condition the delivery of documents, registration, entrance to the campus of the students, nor place sheets or posters with data of those who did not contribute quotas.given the compulsory nature of free education.

They know me as Eliza Flores, I am a graduate of the Law and Social Sciences degree from the Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo. Since I was little I had the curiosity to work for popular science magazines. I started with photography during 2020, which led me to be part of a local media called Changoonga.com, where I developed as a photojournalist and participated as a co-host on the radio through 91.5 FM. From April 5, 2022, I started working for El Debate, holding the position of Web Reporter, covering the state of Michoacán.

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