Betting that students attend school during the month of July, makes sense of the effort to extend classes during this month as giving a greater offer of playful educational content, as well as solving bureaucratic obstacles for teachers. In an interview with Aristegui en Vivo, Carlos Mancera, former Undersecretary of Planning and Coordination of the SEP, pointed out that due to the pandemic, several students are lagging behind, so attending classes more days is seen as a challenge for children and teachers.

The SEP must bet on a different content than the calendar extended to July being successful: former SEP Undersecretary |  find out

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