The Delegation of the Government in Ceuta has confirmed this Wednesday that the Moroccan minors of school age, around 250, which entered the city on May 17 and 18, will be school in five institutes in the city, for which it is They will enable the corresponding classrooms.
In a statement, the Government Ente has highlighted that since yesterday and along the day of today is in the city José Manuel Bar Cendón, General Director of Planning and Educational Management, accompanied by María del Ángel Muñoz, General Deputy Director of Centers, Inspection and programs.
Thus, they plan to analyze the situation, the proposal for the schooling of children under 16, the educational care options for children under 16 and 17 and the planning of actions.
The visit to the facilities of the five institutes in which the classrooms are going to work, as well as an encounter with the management teams.
Moroccan minors will be enrolled in the Clara Campoamor Institutes, Alina, Abyl, seven hills and Luis de Camoens.
According to the Government extended, the Moroccan minors will be in turns other than the rest of the students.
In a statement, the Ceuti Government has indicated that the first vice president of the Autonomous City, Mabel Deu (PP), and the Second Vice President and Ministry of Education and Culture, Carlos Rontomé (PP), have met with responsible for the Ministry of Education and vocational training to address the educational care that unaccompanied minors remain in Ceuta since their irregular entrance through the border.
The Autonomous City will provide the "support and support" that is required by the competent authorities, who have advanced that these minors, who will be previously evaluated, will receive "differentiated from that of the rest of the students, in shifts and schedules. Different, to give them the educational assistance they require, given that they present specific characteristics, such as the lack of roots, which prevents their ordinary schooling in the teaching centers. "
At the same time, the Government of Ceuta has made it clear that it continues to work to procure the family regrouping in the country of origin, "always ensuring the best interest of the child," says the note.Date Of Update: 03 September 2021, 11:04