Last Wednesday, the Councilor for Education Francisco Sáez, the Councilor for Social Services and Immigration María José López, members of the board of directors of the Red Cross Torre Pacheco, José Tovar, Ginés Ros and the director of the Mar Menor Adult Education Center , Rosario Ros, held a meeting with the director general of Educational Innovation and Attention to Diversity, Carlos Albaladejo, in order to request more effective and thus be able to respond to the more than 400 requests of people interested in receiving Spanish classes, collected by Red Cross Torre Pacheco.
In this meeting, common lines of work were established to carry out joint work.
In the center of Adult Education there are already groups of Spanish classes for foreigners, but the demand has been such that teachers need to be reinforced to respond to the current need.
At the meeting held next to a program technique, the intention was expressed to see viable options before the demand presented.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Torre Pacheco