The mayor of Manilva, Mario Jiménez, and the Councilor for Education, Daniel Muñoz, have received the new territorial delegate for Educational Development and Vocational Training and University, Research and Innovation, Miguel Briones Artacho, at the City Council to discuss various matters of interest to the municipality.
This appointment was joined by María Lozano, General Secretary of Educational Development, José Labrador, Manager of the Andalusian Public Agency for Education and Alejandro Berrido, Head of the Planning Service.
As a main issue, the urgent need to build a new institute has been transferred to Briones in order to alleviate the student ratio and be able to offer a better context where young people can develop.
The delegate has responded positively to this request, and the established deadlines will continue so that the new center becomes a reality as soon as possible. These steps, marked by the Junta de Andalucía, will try to shorten as much as possible.
In addition, the aforementioned mayor of Education has also reported the claims made by the AMPA “El Oleaje”, supported by the Government Team, in which more material and human resources are requested so that students with special educational needs of this center are perfectly taken care of while real integration is achieved.
A fruitful meeting due to the positive response of the aforementioned supra-municipal body and the good understanding between administrations to which the mayor referred: “I thank Mr. Briones for visiting our town and for attending to our needs firsthand, which are none other than cover all the needs that our young people require when undertaking their academic development”, he concluded.
For his part, the delegate highlighted the predisposition of the City Council, within its powers, to improve education in the municipality and that “my visits to Manilva, now as a territorial delegate for Educational Development and before with other responsibilities, have always turned out to be productive , emphasizing the cordiality and the need to work together”, he concluded.