The Salvadoran Ministry of Finance and the President of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (BCIE), Dante Mossi, signed a non-refundable cooperation agreement worth $625,000 for the Roque Dalton Presidential Scholarship program. Seguir leyendo El Salvador and BCIE sign cooperation agreement for $625,000 for Roque Dalton Presidential Scholarships.
As part of the “Crecer Juntos” (Growing Together) law, which guarantees that early childhood exercises its rights and receives quality comprehensive care, a total of 15 baby libraries were launched today by First Lady Gabriela de Bukele. These spaces provide library and play services for early childhood, their families, and pregnant women, with the aim of promoting reading enjoyment, fun, play, and emotional bonds. Seguir leyendo First Lady Gabriela de Bukele Launches Baby Libraries for Early Childhood Development.
The Banco Centroamericano de Integración Económica (BCIE) for El Salvador has announced an increase in their support for the Roque Dalton Presidential Scholarship program. The program provides access to university studies for young people throughout El Salvador, covering the full cost of tuition, as well as food, housing, transportation, and more. Seguir leyendo BCIE Increases Contribution to Roque Dalton Scholarship Program.
The Ministry of Education (Mined) and the General Superintendency of Electricity and Telecommunications (Siget) have installed satellite internet from Starlink at a new educational center. Seguir leyendo Satellite Internet Installed at La Campanera School in Soyapango.
The Salvadoran Government is taking measures to reduce the country’s digital divide by bringing Starlink’s internet service to the public education sector, according to Superintendente Manuel Aguilar. The country has become the first in the region to offer the service. Seguir leyendo El Salvador’s Government Seeks to Reduce Digital Divide with Starlink Internet.
The Ministry of Education in El Salvador is making progress in the distribution of electronic devices to students, with recent deliveries in Rosario de Mora benefiting more than 380 students. Seguir leyendo Distribution of Tablets and Computers to Students Promotes Equitable Access to Digital Environment
President Nayib Bukele announced the start of the delivery of the Roque Dalton Presidential Scholarships, aimed at supporting the careers and dreams of many Salvadoran young people. Seguir leyendo Government begins delivery of Roque Dalton Presidential Scholarships to Salvadoran youth.
Sebastian Arevalo, Fernando Dominguez, and Emily Crespin, three former students of the Young Talent Program, have been accepted into the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), one of the most prestigious universities in the world. Seguir leyendo Salvadoran Teens to Study Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry at MIT.
The Ministry of Education in El Salvador has announced that it expects an increase in enrollment this year due to the successful results of safety measures implemented through the Exception Regime and the Territorial Control Plan. Seguir leyendo Education Forecasts Enrollment Increase This Year Due to School Safety.
Four Salvadorans recently left for Spain and Türkiye. They are young people who were trained by the Naval Force in La Unión to work on international ships and shipping companies. Seguir leyendo More than 300 merchant marines have been trained by the Naval Force.