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New digital educational platform adopted in San Juan schools


San Juan Mayor Miguel Romero Lugo


By THE STAR STAFF


In order to support student learning and offer students interaction and educational participation from anywhere, the Integrated Municipal Education System of San Juan acquired the new digital platform Estudia y Avanza, aimed at students and teachers of the three municipal schools and others in the Department of Education’s San Juan Educational Region, Mayor Miguel Romero Lugo announced Tuesday.


With the project, in which the Municipality of San Juan invested $1,798,531 in federal American Recovery Plan Act funds, some 10,000 students will be impacted, from elementary school to high school.


“This platform was created at the initiative of our administration for the students of San Juan, according to their identified needs,” the mayor said. “In fact, we are the first municipality in Puerto Rico to have and use the online platform Estudia y Avanza. We need to expand and improve the skills, learning and execution of students and therefore we decided to provide them with new tools.”


The main objective will be to optimize school performance according to the curricular content and standards for the core subjects of Spanish, mathematics and English for grades kindergarten to 12. The platform has previously designed interactive content with the capacity to grow.


Estudia y Avanza, which can be accessed at estudiayavanza.sanjuan.pr and will officially go into use in the next school semester that begins in August, will add value to all complementary efforts for the continuation of face-to-face and/or distance education, interacting with information within digital content available 24/7, Romero Lugo said.

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Rose Rose
Rose Rose
28 jun 2023

Too little too late

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Rose Rose
Rose Rose
28 jun 2023

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