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Educators today have had to adapt and adopt new teaching practices, technology has become an important tool for education. The fundamental job of teaching is no longer to distribute facts but to help young people learn how to use them by developing their skills to think critically, solve problems and create knowledge that benefits both students and society.
Banco Davivienda, a company committed to the education of children, adolescents, youth and adults, delivered an important donation to the Centro de Formación Profesional (CFP) Salesiano Santa Cecilia.
SISTEMA FEDECRÉDITO fulfilling its commitment to support education through its Corporate Social Responsibility Lines, made on march 16 the donation of 700 backpacks to schools.
According to the International Labor Organization, the global youth unemployment rate will be 14.9% by 2022, which reflects a slight improvement compared to 2021. Projections indicate that the number of unemployed youth will drop by 2 million in 2022 compared to 2021, despite the fact that there will still be 6 million more unemployed youth in the world than before the health crisis, especially those living in less developed countries.
For being considered a model of perseverance and excellence for Salvadoran children and youth, Fernando Domínguez was named as #OrgulloCUSCATLAN by the financial institution, who also provided an economic incentive through his CUENTA FUTURO to contribute to the university education he plans to pursue abroad.
Acer announced four new Chromebooks with the latest technologies, durable designs and a collection of features that optimize them for the education environment.
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Grupo Bimbo through its Buen Vecino program inaugurates the Aula del Osito, with the objective of supporting the Complejo Educativo para sordos Licda. Griselda Zeledón, in the education of children and young people with hearing disabilities.
In the framework of this date and in response to the current needs of girls, this year we present the campaign: “Conectadas y Seguras”, the second edition of this effort that began in 2020 and today seeks to raise awareness and highlight the risks faced by girls when they are online, especially due to the large amount of erroneous content and misinformation.
The Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) has approved today a US$1 million Non-Reimbursable Technical Cooperation to the Republic of El Salvador with the objective of reinforcing development initiatives oriented to the health and education sectors.