Friday, June 9, 2023

1,380 notebooks distributed to senior students of San Fernando Public Schools

Mayor Juan Andreotti and Provincial Undersecretary of Education, Claudia Bracchi, and other officials shared the work of the Buenos Aires Equality Connect program with which the province equips high school students with technological elements. The community leader said, “This program was re-introduced to have the potential to be a fundamental tool for the development, study and future work of boys and girls.”

In the micro-stadium of Sports Center 2, an act was held in which 1,380 senior students from 28 secondary schools in San Fernando, from the mainland and islands, received their computers provided by the government’s Conector Igualdad Buenos Aires program. Buenos Aires Province.

In this regard, Mayor Juan Andreotti highlighted: “It is possible thanks to Governor Axel Kisilof, who restarted this connectivity program so that boys and girls have the possibility to have notebooks, today not only for the development of our lives It is a fundamental tool, not only for study but also for future work and for fun”.

“It was a great work done with pleasure that this program which was closed today is once again the value it deserves,” he concluded.

And for her part, Claudia Bracchi, undersecretary of education of the Buenos Aires province, said: “The Connector Igualdad Buenos Aires program was a political decision by the governor so that all students in their last year of secondary schools receive computers and not only be able to go to school , but also able to take away after high school. It is very important to us, it is the right of all students.”

“This program was interrupted in 2015, and it reverted to the national level for the first years of high school and to the provincial government for the last year, because when a state exists, the best conditions must be established So that everyone has equality at the starting point. It aims to be an important tool in a time where digital and connectivity is very important to train our boys and girls with all the tools so that they can project their lives. This Buenos Ayres is the right of the future for the government of the province”, he concluded.

On behalf of the notebook recipients, Arceli, a student at Technical School 2, said: “We received a notebook thanks to the government. With it we will be able to do a lot of laboratory work, with everything more orderly and organized, functions, elements and reagents”.

And his partner Patricio said: “It will help me in everything. In this century you cannot work or study without a computer, which is essential. It increases the speed and helps us a lot, especially in a technical In school, where we use applications and office automation, as we have food technology and chemistry and nutrition, among other subjects.

The event was attended by Eva Andreotti, Secretary for Social Development, Education and Environment; provincial deputy Mattias Mole; Lucas Bola, advisor to the General Directorate of Schools; Director of Educational Technology, Santiago Albarracín; Mariana Miola, Under Secretary of Education; Matias del Federico, President of the School Council, with the school counselors; District Inspector David Luzzi, along with inspectors from different regions; municipal officials; local councillor; and the directors and teachers of the schools the students went with, among others.

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