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The Central Region strengthens a common idea to consolidate better educational learning – General Council of Education

The Central Region strengthens a common idea to consolidate better educational learning – General Council of Education
The Central Region strengthens a common idea to consolidate better educational learning – General Council of Education

Officials from Entre Ríos, Santa Fé and Córdoba formed the Permanent Table for Education of the Central Region. “We have a common work agenda with the objective of improving the quality of teaching and providing tools so that students can improve their training either to enter working life and/or continue with their studies,” indicated Alicia Fregonese, president of the CGE.

The officials from the three provinces gathered in Córdoba reaffirmed that the Central Region strengthens a common idea to consolidate better educational learning, and to this end they made it clear that there is an agenda of issues that connect the jurisdictions.

In general terms, they agreed on proposing a comprehensive and integrative education, with approaches that include technology, institutional support, student and teacher well-being, and multidisciplinarity.

Fregonese, in turn, shared with the audience the most important data on Education in Entre Ríos and then recalled:

“When we began to look at the educational system in the province, we began to look at what we call the Educational Map. We began to ask ourselves, what do students really need to be able to develop their professional and personal project? What happens with teacher training, connectivity, time in the classroom, pedagogical material, concrete tools, system governance? – something that is fundamental today – information, evaluation, financing, content?

He made clear the importance of putting the focus back on the “culture of evidence”, of having data and indicators that support decision-making. The Provincial Literacy Plan, the creation of a new postgraduate degree, work with early childhood, alliances with the private sectors and the revaluation of teaching work were also part of his intervention.

For his part, the president of the Central Region and Regional Integration Entity and member of the Executive Board for the chapter, Jorge Chemes, indicated that “from the first day Governor Rogelio Frigerio was clear when he entrusted us with the task of getting back on our feet. to the Entre Ríos men and women. And in that sense, the work that we have been promoting has two strengths, the transversality of the themes – in tune with the needs of the people and their concerns – and the systematicity of a way of working that aims to ensure that the joint work of the three jurisdictions bring out the best of each other.”

“When we talk about Education we are talking about the tool that makes us all equal, the tool that unites us, we can develop multiple instances of work but the reality is that without education all the rest of the activities are impossible to execute,” he concluded.

Education as state policy

The possible, comprehensive and integrated school was defined by the holders of the educational portfolios, giving an account of the task ahead of them. Added the issue of careful educational trajectories and establishing alerts so that students are in school.

Design, management and evaluation were the three challenges identified by the respective portfolios, also linked to the concern of thinking about Education in relation to what is expected of the Central Region, a driving space for the national economy. The epicenter for productive development centered on the well-being of its communities.

The day was divided into two segments, the presentation of the ministers, and signing of the constitutive act of the Permanent Table and the specific work commissions around the following thematic axes: Literacy, Teacher training, Care of career and evaluation, Education, work and production. At the closing, the authorities signed the document and promised to continue these types of meetings. As a corollary, they visited the Cielo Tierra plaza, an interactive scientific interpretation center with educational purposes for the enjoyment of adults and children.

The ministers for Córdoba, of Education, Horacio Ferreyra, were present; of Social Development and Employment Promotion, Laura Jure, and the Minister of Production, Science and Technological Innovation Pedro Dellarossa. The representatives of the Executive Board for Córdoba, Carlos Massei, and for Santa Fe, Claudia Giaccone, who highlighted in their interventions the uninterrupted institutionality of the Central Region, and its purpose of putting integration before any obstacle, a national actor with its own voice. and that aims to be a model of development. In addition, the Minister of Education of Santa Fe, José Goity, and the secretaries and general directors of the provincial portfolios were present.

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