The government of Colimathrough the Ministry of Education and Culture, reported that after the review of the 615 public schools in the state, by experts, 501 will return to face-to-face classes this Monday, October 3, after the effects of the earthquake of 7.7 registered on Monday, September 19 past.
Through a statement, he mentioned that according to the latest news cut, 7 campuses have severe damage, 107 medium or slight damage and the other 501 do not have damage that prevents the provision of educational services.
Due to the above, he specified that those 501 will be the ones who will be able to return to face-to-face classes next Monday; while the 107 must remain remote in the week of October 3 to 7, with the aim of carrying out a technical update of their status or making agreements with the parents for an eventual return from October 10.
About 7 schools remaining, the government of Colima indicated that they will not be able to provide service until they are functional.
In addition, he pointed out that in coordination with the Government of Mexico through the National Institute of Educational Physical Infrastructure (Inifed) and the Delegation of Welfare Programs, the Colima Institute of Educational Physical Infrastructure (Incoifed), of the Government of Colima and the Ministry of Education and Culture itself Work is being done on support alternatives for these schools, which for now will continue in distance classes.
In relation to the Community Telebachilleratos (TBC) and those that belong to Higher Distance Education (Emsad), as well as the schools for migrant children, they will remain remote until October 7, to carry out a new review in the facilities .
The complete list of schools can be consulted on the page of the Ministry of Education and Culture https://www.secolima.gob.mx/.
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