DEPJA authorities and the DGE penitentiary service began the co-management tables – mendoza.edu.ar

DEPJA authorities and the DGE penitentiary service began the co-management tables – mendoza.edu.ar
DEPJA authorities and the DGE penitentiary service began the co-management tables – mendoza.edu.ar

The meeting between the penitentiary service and the coordination of Education of Contexts of Deprivation of Liberty aimed to address different issues in order to advance jointly and establish new criteria for the operation of the School Centers that operate there and agree on the lines of action. of the 2024 school year.

On this occasion, the co-management table for the first semester of 2024 was held, as stipulated in Annex III of RESOL-2023-1-E-GDEMZA-DEPJA#DGE, in which the director of the modality was present. , Erico Arias; the coordinator of the Context of Deprivation of Liberty, Carolina González; the Treatment coordinator of the Mendoza Penitentiary Service, Sara Sanguedolce, with the participation of directors, deputy directors, head of Treatment and head of Education of twelve complexes and penal units, as well as coordinators, supervisors and directors of the Basic Education Center for Youth and Adults (CEBJA), Secondary Education Center (CENS) and Work Training Center (CCT) that operate in the different penitentiary centers.

Carolina González expressed that “the Coordination works with responsibility, commitment, empathy, and conflict resolution, where the entire work team has the fundamental objective that students learn by developing their capabilities and have a new opportunity. All this is achieved by arbitrating the means and the way for everything to work. For this we have professionals who love their work,” González concluded.

Meanwhile, Sara Sanguedolce, Treatment Coordinator of the Mendoza Penitentiary Service, stated that “the co-management tables are cooperative work meetings between the Educational Institutions and the Penitentiary Service, with the aim of addressing different topics in order to advance jointly and establish criteria for the operation of the school centers that operate there,” he said.

“They are carried out in each penal establishment, one per semester, in which the respective authorities who work in the different Penitentiary Centers participate and the coordinators of the University Education Program in the Context of Confinement dependent on the National University of Cuyo in those establishments participate. where university-level training is provided.”

“In addition, in these meetings, topics proposed by each of the parties are discussed; issues that have to do with daily educational dynamics, enrollment, documentation, educational material, safety of teaching staff, and all those modifications that are evaluated as necessary to optimize the delivery of classes and educational promotion.”

Finally, he highlighted that “over the years we have been able to observe that the co-management tables have become an invaluable tool for harmonious work and together, various problems have been solved, overcoming difficulties and reaching agreements in pursuit of guaranteeing the right to education in a complex context such as prison confinement,” the official concluded.

Education in the context of Deprivation of Liberty

It is the modality designed to guarantee the right to education to all people deprived of liberty to promote their comprehensive training and full development within the different complexes and penal units of the province. In this way, as in the free environment, this program as a whole between both institutions work and articulate so that people who are deprived of their liberty have the possibility of completing their studies at different educational levels.

Source: DGE Press


 
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