Tijuana, BC- Due to the migratory flows that occur in Baja California and other states of Mexico, it is necessary that teachers be trained to serve the girls, boys and adolescents (NNA) who arrive this region and enter the schools.
For this reason, the State leads the Regional Doctorate in Educational Policies and Processes with Emphasis and Emerging Didactics in the Context of Vulnerability, in which educational authorities from Sonora, Sinaloa and Chihuahua also participate.
This was announced by the state director of policies for the System of Education Professionals, Abraham Sánchez Contreras, who said that only those who will be accepted for this doctorate 15 students with master’s level.
Among the topics they will address are human rights, migration and knowledge generation, in the form of in-person and virtual classes.
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In the interest of seeking excellence, there will be a maximum of 15 students per institution and it is being reviewed that admission is generational or, where appropriate, every two years, precisely so that they have permanent and quality work accompanied by tutors,” declared the director.
He mentioned that the requirements for this selection process are to have a professional master’s degree certificate, pass a preparatory course, in which the methodology of the investigation, comprehension of texts, among other topics.
And to graduate, Sánchez Contreras added, the requirement is that the student obtain 500 points on the English language proficiency test.
“It is extremely pertinent, it is a program with a strong social vocation and led by Baja California,” highlighted the official.
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The doctorate is also led by the Escuela Normal Fronteriza de Tijuana (ENFT) and it is expected that classes will begin in February 2024.
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