Guanajuato Secretariat of Education offers educational service to children of migrant day laborers. – Dependencies Newsletters

  • 682 students are served in 17 Migrant Educational Attention Centers.

Guanajuato, Gto. November 25, 2021. – To support the educational training of daughters and sons of migrant laborers who come to work in the fields of crops in the different municipalities of the State, the Secretariat of Education of Guanajuato offers the educational service to a total of 682 basic level students in 17 Centers of Migrant Educational Attention.

In spaces close to the girls and boys work centers, they are attended by teaching staff, in order to grant them the educational service during their stay in the State of Guanajuato, with the validation of studies carried out through an evaluation report or a certification.

The Program operates in the Migrant Educational Attention Centers located in the communities of the municipalities of Dolores Hidalgo, León, Purísima de Bustos, Romita, San Francisco del Rincón and Silao.

In the places where the day laborers arrive to work in the crops and harvests, mobile classrooms or schools are installed in turn for the operation of the care system.

For each school year, this Secretariat carries out a process of hiring advisers with the function of teachers who are trained.

The first activity is the targeting of girls and boys, children of migrant day laborers, who are between 3 and 16 years of school age to be registered in the National Migrant School Control System, an instance that issues ballots or certificates of accreditation of degree school and partial with National Recognition and official validity of studies.

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In the Migrant Educational Attention Centers, they are adapted according to the agricultural cycles, sowing and harvesting seasons and during that period, students are offered the knowledge and skills necessary for the development of competencies according to the academic degree in that is.

This care program for the daughters and sons of migrant day laborers works with a bilingual intercultural approach, both in curricular content and in teacher training, which seeks to recognize and value ethnic, linguistic and cultural diversity in order to achieve equity. education and ensure access or permanence in basic education for the school population.

The objective of the Program is to develop a comprehensive model of basic education, adapted to the particular circumstances of the day laborers’ life context to comprehensively articulate the levels of preschool and primary education as an educational proposal that contributes to improving the quality of the training experience. of children through the development of competences within the framework of interculturality.

In addition, there is links with health, work and family development agencies and institutions, through the institutional network of care for the migrant working population.

During this school year, the care centers were equipped with school, didactic and bibliographic materials, as well as cleaning and disinfection materials.

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