• 05 September 2018
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Secretariat of Administration and ITEA sign agreement to regularize education of state workers


Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas. The Secretariat of Administration of the Government of the State of Tamaulipas and the Tamaulipas Institute of Adult Education (ITEA), signed a collaboration agreement with the aim of strengthening actions to combat educational backwardness for the benefit of workers of the state administration and their families.

"With the support of the Secretariat of Administration a study circle will be formed and on behalf of the ITEA we will take care of incorporating the workers who do not have their basic education, granting them primary and secondary advising, with the purpose of preparing them, obtain their certificate and be much more productive ", explained Roberto González González, General Director of the ITEA.

On the other hand, Miguel Ángel Villarreal Ongay, head of the Secretariat of Administration, pointed out that in the Government of Change, education is a determining factor for the future of Tamaulipas.

"Education poses challenges that require actions such as the ones we are carrying out, since for Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca education is crucial for the future of Tamaulipas. That's why it's nice to sign this type of agreement. Our job will be to support our workers and their families who do not have education, have the possibilities to improve their work, "he added.

He mentioned that for those who accept the challenge of studying their basic education, it will be a great personal satisfaction, as well as pride for their families and those who have the privilege of being public servants.

The document was signed by the Secretary of Administration, Miguel Ángel Villarreal Ongay; the General Director of Human Resources, Jesús Alberto Salazar Anzaldúa; the Director of Labor Relations, Danya Silvia Arely Aguilar Orozco and on behalf of the ITEA; the General Director, Roberto González González and the Strategic Programs Coordinator, Erick Ceballos Báez.


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