National Education Council Validates Study Plans of Various Polytechnic Schools
The National Education Council (CNE in Spanish) approved two ordinances concerning the profiles, study plans and grades earned by 2,436 high school students from various polytechnic schools who, as a result of not having their grades properly accredited, were denied the degrees they earned thus impeding them from continuing their higher education plans.
Approval of these ordinances seeks to regularize the situation of the various polytechnic schools in the country that have been unable to validate courses and give degrees to students who earned their high school diplomas in their respective areas of training.
La primera ordenanza certifica las especialidades de finanzas y mercadeo, informática, comunicación social, ecoturismo, agrícola, agroforestería y aeronáutica, impartidas en distintos centros de estudios y politécnicos del país, sin una sustentación legal emitida por el CNE.
The first ordinance certifies specialties in the areas of finance and marketing, computer science, social communication, ecotourism, agriculture, forestry and aeronautics to be given in the different study centers and polytechnics around the country, without legal support emitted by the CNE.
The second ordinance refers to the validity of the National Tests and records of the grades earned that support the conclusion of its 2,436 students in the various polytechnic schools around the country who finished high school with plans to go on and seek higher degrees in these areas, without being legally supported by this organism.
Approval of these ordinances seeks to regularize the situation of the various polytechnic schools in the country that have been unable to validate courses and give degrees to students who earned their high school diplomas in their respective areas of training. This has has limited their access to higher education, the labor market and other development opportunities because they have not been given diplomas.
These measures also normalize the situation of various public and private centers in different areas around the country that were offering study plans that are not fully accredited and in keeping with current educational regulations.
With the approval of these ordinances, the Ministry of Education (MINERD), through the CNE, is offering a solution not just for the young people involved but also for the hundreds of families, teachers and directors who have been unsatisfied with the educational and work progress of their students.
At a recent session, the CNE received a representative of the Parents Association of one of the secondary school students affected. The Minister of Education, Josefina Pimentel, promised that in the next meeting the organization, they would recognize the ordinance in order to validate the student’s studies and degree. This long-awaited decision was welcomed by hundreds of students.
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