In Brasilia, Governor Jose Melo can release resources for education

On Tuesday, 21, the governor had to guarantee the release of approximately R $ 62 millions.
22/06/2016 12h18 - Updated 23/06/2016 07h46
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The governor Jose Melo takes advantage of his stay in Brasilia, where it remains until the morning of Wednesday, day 22 of June, to free up federal funds to the Amazon. In a further dealings on the afternoon of Tuesday (21), Jose Melo had to guarantee the release of approximately R $ 62 million for Education.

The Minister of Education, Mendonça Filho, committed to increase by R $ 40 Fundeb million the resources for the next year. The investment will meet the Program More Amazonas Government Education, what, among other actions, provides reinforcement of Portuguese and Mathematics after school for students of the state. It was also ensured the release of a portion of R $ 10 million a signed agreement for the construction of Full-Time Schools.

Although the Ministry of Education an agreement was signed for the state to continue to an agreement signed in 2007 for the construction of indigenous schools. It will be signed a Conduct Adjustment Agreement (TAC) for the release of funds under the consideration of the state to apply R $ 12 million relating to fines in the construction of schools.

"Achieving these indigenous schools with the resources we already have there, adding both, we will open opportunity for indigenous brothers who will have expanded educational guarantee. So, is an opportunity for the student who, after school, is the strengthening of mathematics and Portuguese. We will also build more full-time schools, model that reinforces the integral formation of the human being, with sport, leisure and culture. Therefore, these combined efforts will allow more quality education ", said the governor.

Gain for the state – The state Secretary of Education, Algemiro Ferreira Lima, classified as "extremely positive" meeting at the Ministry of Education, particularly as regards the construction of indigenous schools. "That is a gain for the state, especially for the interior to meet indigenous schools. We will talk to communities and together choose the best design that meets them ", said Secretary, referring to the fact that the original design schools did not meet the requirements.

According to him, projects, that were pending by the transition in the Federal Government and the State Department of Education (Seduc), now they will gain agility. He cites, resources for full-time schools that should be released by the end of this week.

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