Bolivarian Government begins delivery of 235 fully recovered educational units

To expand school enrollment throughout the country, the president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, instructed to begin this Thursday with the delivery of 235 fully recovered educational units, as a result of the effort and positive work carried out by the Military Community Brigades for Education and Health (Bricomiles).

In a telephone contact during a supervision carried out by the Executive Vice President, Delcy Rodríguez, at the Teresa Carreño National Educational Unit, in Quinta Crespo, Caracas, the head of state indicated that these 235 educational facilities are ready today: “They are ready, recovered, repowered and put at the maximum operational level,” he said.

Along these lines, the National President ordered “to deliver as of today these 235 high schools and schools in the country, and begin to expand school enrollment in these educational units. It is very important, proceed immediately.”

Noting that he remains attentive and aware of all areas of government, in this case, on the issue of education, he took the opportunity to congratulate teachers, workers, and the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) that “has been with the communities, communal councils, street and community leaders, the Bolivarian Family Movement, throughout the country.”

He confirmed his satisfaction with the “very successful start of the school year,” and also reported that 6 completely new schools are ready, which he instructed to proceed with their delivery.

The Executive Vice President, from Quinta Crespo, detailed that the Military Community Brigades for Education has reached 26,000 educational establishments throughout the country.