The Ministry of Education, Culture and Universities way to a total of 215 inmates of the prison Murcia II, in Campos del Río, to complete his studies of Secondary Education, Bachelor and Early Primary Education or other informal teachings, as Spanish for foreigners through the Mula River Senior Center and the Institute of Secondary Education Juan Carlos I of Murcia.
The Director General of Vocational Training, Joaquín Buendía, highlighted the importance of these studies during a visit to the prison, where he held a meeting with the director, Felipe Fernández Burgos.
"For many of the inmates, their training at the center is the first opportunity literacy which have had access. Others admitted with more training can improve their skills to further achieve social and vocational reintegration "said Joaquín Buendía.
Specifically, inmates can obtain the title of ESO for adults in remote system (ESPAD) and the School for adults in remote system through the IES Juan Carlos I. The Center for Adult Education Mula River, meanwhile, imparts Initial Basic Education, besides not formal teachings aimed at facilitating the insertion, as the course of Spanish Language Development or core competencies.
During the meeting, the CEO of Vocational highlighted the work and effort of teachers working in the prison and that enable inmates to improve their chances of reintegration.
"Their dedication and initiative are essential to improve the training of internal and, more importantly, to encourage them towards their future reintegration into society," said Joaquín Buendía.