President Santos

Posted by Yusuf on August 14th, 2016 — Posted in News

For this reason, the national innovation system, through which we are seeking that 50% of teachers in the formal sector (160,000) have a certification in digital competitions will be created. In addition, thanks to the credit agreement amounting to 36 million dollars signed with the Government of Korea, they will be created and put in gear 5 centres for educational innovation (CIR) which will be located in different regions of the country.In this regard, field said that the aim is that by 2014, 25% of children have a satisfactory level of English which will be necessary to extend the plan of teacher training in the domain of English. The Minister also said that he will work for a better articulation of middle school education with higher education for work and the strengthening of research and innovation in the different educational levels. The follow-up to the relevance of the graduates through the labor Observatory for education, and the promotion of the internationalization of education, teacher and student mobility, will be other key aspects to achieve this goal.Finally, the Minister of education referred to that to achieve all these purposes must improve the efficiency of the management of the education sector, fifth emphasis in educational policy model. Field noted that maximum for 2012 are expected to the 94 secretariats of education certified, which are in charge of managing the education from regional, have quality certification in at least 3 of your processes. We’re going to put a goal being a model of public management, not only at the national level, but international. We have to promote the principles of good governance given by President Santos, improve the systems of control and monitoring of public resources that are managed in the sector, improve information systems and mechanisms of control, inspection and surveillance, said field.The intervention of the Minister heard complete.

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