The Ministry of Education, Culture and Universities has begun to prepare the student placement process for next year 2015-2016 in the town of Sewell, in which half of the ten schools and Primary Education belongs to the network bilingual education of the Ministry.
The CEO of Educational Planning and Human Resources, Enrique Ujaldón, met this morning with the councilors of Education, Josefa Santos, and Culture, Celebrations, Youth and Education, Patricio Pérez, and those responsible for these centers to analyze the situation Current and study the expected development of the schooling process.
During the visit, the Director General of Educational Planning explained that this meeting is part of a series of meetings in municipalities to plan next year.
"We are already working to analyze trends in recent years and to plan schooling needs of the next academic year," he said.
In the town of Sewell are ten schools and Primary Education, eight public and two concerted, half of which imparts the form of bilingual education in English.
This is the Campoamor, Jacinto Benavente, Our Lady of Health, Samaniego and Sacred Heart schools.
In this program, the number of students enrolled in cycles and Primary Education in the municipality is 4,765, of which 1,509 are from Primary Children and 3.256.
The average ratio of schools is 24.7 Sewer in Pre-Primary and Primary 23.8, both below the limits set by current legislation.