Back to school for more than 950 thousand students

The new school year in Panama started yesterday with 954,231 students and the challenge of continuing to recover learning left behind due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which took children and young people away from the classroom and reduced cContents between 2020 and 2021.

He President Laurentino Cortizo said that around 95% of the 3,102 schools in the country They were ready to receive the students.

The rest are undergoing reforms that are expected to be completed this week and in 66 there are problems with insurance companiesin others with the construction companies that have had to be replaced, in others, slowness in the works and other legal problems.

Cortizo inaugurated the new facilities of the Republic of Italy School, in the district of San Miguelitofor an amount of $9,413,226.00, for the benefit of 894 students and 40 teachers.

During the civic act, the president indicated that, in his government plan, talk about education as the star and that this should continue to be the case in the next administrations.

The ruler took the opportunity to tell the students than education it is what gives you the opportunity to move forward in life, so you should take advantage of it.

He instructed teachers to teach students to think, to solve problems and to work as a team.

Then, the head of the Executive moved to La Pintada, Coclé for the inauguration of the new facilities of the historic José Nadal Silva General Basic Education Center (CEBG), with an investment of $3.7 million, for the benefit of more than 451 students.

“I am honored to inaugurate this beautiful and emblematic educational center in La Pintadawhich dates from 1931 and for this reason, the construction works preserved the historic façade of the school”, explained the ruler.

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