Along with responsible decisions, a large part of Colima is in face-to-face classes.

During a press conference titled “Dialogue for Change” on Tuesday, January 11, Governor Indira Vizcano Silva explained that The responsible decision was taken to return to face-to-face classes with a precise explanation of preventive health measures And that the vast majority of the education sector has supported and supported this decision.

Under the theme: “A responsible return to face-to-face classes in Colima”, and the head of the executive, Adolfo Nez González, along with the unit’s Secretary of Education and Culture, stated that the decision to return to face-to-face is closely held by both the state and federal government. Face-to-face classes were taken in coordination with health officials and educational officers, keeping in view the importance of face-to-face classes not only in educational terms, but also in terms of psychological and socialization, “and if at any time, the situation of the epidemic.” Please rest assured that we will act accordingly; the present is a responsible decision and the decisions we make in the future will be equally responsible.”

Vizcano Silva stated that “of the total number of educational establishments at all levels in the state, 75% are those with face-to-face activities; of the total number of students, 64% are attending face-to-face classes, and education Of the total members of the workforce in the region, 85% are participating in face-to-face activities”, therefore “The majority of the educational sector in Kolyma has returned to face-to-face classes.”

Similarly, The governor announced the start of the registration process for the next school year, soliciting the help of the media and society in general. As for its spread, since one of the effects of the pandemic is that “in education it has caused some students to drop out of school and also some not to enroll, a phenomenon that is hardly being determined.” But it will have very deep consequences”.

On the subject, he said that, as an example, “with the pandemic already in place, 4 thousand fewer students were enrolled than in the last cycle before the pandemic; out of those 4 thousand students in the whole academic year About a thousand returned to the class, but 3,000 youth or girls or boys who stopped studying is a lot and we will have to make a lot of efforts to reverse this situation”.

In this sense, the governor of Colima indicated that “whatever good we do in educational matters today, we will reap in all areas in the future of our Colima. Students are the future of KolymaBut it is precisely for this reason that they are in the priorities of this government.”

stirLFO Nez González, Head of Education and Culture Secretary of the Government of Colima, highlighting at this press conference that the decision to maintain face-to-face classes is a result of “confidence in the preventive protocols that we are implementing”.

As we can see in the estimated table, in Basic Education, 805 out of 906 schools in the state have returned to face-to-face classes, representing 89%. Out of 116 thousand 567 students, more than 85 thousand, ie 73% have returned to face-to-face classes; And out of more than 13 thousand workers engaged in basic education, about 12 thousand have returned to face-to-face classes, this is 90%

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In form of upper middle“Out of 247 schools, only 24% have face-to-face classes, only 9% of the 28,730 students are already in face-to-face classes by early 2022, and more than 2,500 workers have From, 18% are already in face-to-face classes… But these numbers pertain to the duration of this level of vacation, and not with particular concern for a pandemic or any other situation.,

while in upper level,We return to face-to-face classes on 76% of campuses; With 80% students attendance and 100% face-to-face participation of teachers. From this we know at the state level at all educational levels that 75% of schools are conducting face-to-face classes, 64% of students and 85% of staff are in this sector”.

Nez Gonzalez. also given the figures of the levels of school dropouts left by the pandemic: At the end of the 2019-2020 cycle, the total number of students enrolled in basic and secondary education was 133,812 students, but for the beginning of the 2020-2021 cycle, only 129,846 students were enrolled, i.e., Nearly 4,000 students dropped out of basic education, At the end of the last cycle, we were able to close it with an enrollment of 130,875 students, i.e., we withdrew 1,000 out of these 4,000 students who had dropped out.

“though 3 thousand students have left the class —2,937 to be exact-, dropped out of school in Kolyma, this is a very high number And we have to reverse it,” he said.

Finally, talking about the start of the registration process for the next school year, the Minister of Education and Culture indicated that in the first phase, between January 10 and 24, mothers and fathers would be required to enter the website of the Ministry of Education and Culture. Will have to do (, to download and fill the respective registration form

The second step is online application registration From 1st February to 16th February on the website of the Secretariat (; In the third phase also, between February 1 and February 16, it means that, in exceptional and just cases, who cannot register online alone, They will be able to go to the schools in which they want to enroll their children with the online registration application

The fourth phase implies that the applications received during both virtual and face-to-face phases have to go through the process of review and selection of students and the results will be published on this day. March 17-18, 2022Directly in the selected school and through the website of the Secretariat.

During the fifth and final phase, schools that require it will draw on March 19, either behind closed doors or with face-to-face assistance, depending on the prevailing sanitation conditions, while the results are published. of this dependence on the media and website.