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Argentina – Education Will Work With INTA

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Education will work with the INTA in academic activities and productive

Education Minister’s Office, Alberto Sileoni, and the president of the National Agricultural Technology Institute, Anglesio Francisco, signed a cooperation agreement for the implementation of educational and productive activities linked to the needs of communities yesterday.

“This agreement further confirms the continuity of public policies, beyond governments. We formalize the link between the Ministry with this entity, which has a history of 60 years and a genuine federal presence, “said Sileoni, adding that” INTA has a history that teachers allows us to think not just as school educational unit, but also as a productive unit. “

“It is also a way to celebrate the power of a recovered state. Public bodies have an obligation, a mandate, to work together to solve the problems of people, “said the holder of the education portfolio.

For his part, the head of INTA said that the section has been held in the framework of the 90th meeting of the Federal Commission of Career and Technical Education, which he defined as “a more enabling environment for pluralistic debate and mutual cooperation “.

“We have long been working closely with teachers, with management, with provincial ministries and national portfolio; it was time to formalize this fraternal relationship that schools have 400 units with INTA has throughout the country, “concluded Anglesio.

During the signing ceremony was also attended by the executive director of the National Institute of Technological Education, Eduardo Aragundi, and the Minister of Culture and Education of La Pampa, Jacqueline Evangelista.

The objective of the agreement is to strengthen relations between the two institutions to coordinate technical, academic and outreach initiatives.

In turn, the agreement seeks to contribute to regional development by adopting technologies aimed at making more efficient agricultural production, improve the quality of life of communities, promote the work of young people, facilitate the creation of enterprises and consolidate school as a training center of the place.


{photo credits: “Buenos Aires-Plaza Congreso-Pensador de Rodin” by Fabián Minetti – Licensed under Copyrighted free use via Wikimedia Commons –]


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