People who do not yet have basic education studies will be able to participate in the first National Day of Incorporation and Accreditation, which begins this Friday in the state of Morelos.
The State Institute of Education for Adults (INEEA) said that there are about 400,000 inhabitants who do not yet have a primary or secondary education, so this day is an important opportunity to end the educational lag.
In a statement, INEEA said that it plans to help 400 people from Morelos learn to read, 800 obtain primary school education and 1,100 obtain secondary school education.
Those interested in starting or completing their studies, as well as learning to read or write, must be over 15 years of age, be in possession of a birth certificate or CURP, and have ID-sized photographs.
In order to enter secondary level education, one will need certificate proving primary school studies and, in the case that their studies were interrupted, they must have proof of courses completed, as well as the regular examination grade.
The INEEA can offer a diagnostic examination to find the educational level of those who don’t have all of these documents, and these people will then receive orientation to carry out the corresponding procedures.
The headquarters will be located, starting this Friday, in the different regional delegations of: Cuernavaca, Yautepec, Cuautla, Jojutla and Emiliano Zapata.
Those interested in joining literacy, primary or secondary education can attend their nearest delegation or consult their headquarters through the 01 800 00 46332 and the page www.ineea.morelos.gob.mx.