Correction of errors in textbooks is expected

Correction of errors in textbooks is expected
Correction of errors in textbooks is expected

The Secretary of Education of the State of Durango, José Guillermo Adame Calderón, said that he hopes that for the next school year 2024-2025, the various errors that were identified in the Free Textbooks (LTG) that are part of the New Mexican School (NEM) and that were delivered this year to basic education students will be corrected.

He also commented that he left the federal Secretary of Public Education, Leticia Ramírez Amaya, in charge of the contributions that Durango made, not only in terms of correction but also a series of recommendations to incorporate them into the LTG.

“We hope that the new books will be improved, for example (they recommended) increasing the literacy content a little more in the first and second years of primary school,” he said.

The state official mentioned that they expect the National Commission for Free Textbooks (Conaliteg) to send this entity more than two million textbooks for the different school grades.

At the national level, the SEP will distribute 160 million Free Textbooks (LTG) for basic education students throughout the country.

At the end of November last year, the general director of Educational Materials of the federal SEP, Marx Arriaga Navarro, was in La Laguna and said that just over a hundred errors had been identified in the LTG that are part of the New Mexican School (NEM), which must be corrected for the next school year 2024-2025, which will begin on Monday, August 26 of this year.

The federal official said that “we are talking about thousands and thousands of pages, there are 96 books in the entire family and of those 96 books we have found, between all of them, a little more than a hundred errors.”

 
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