MEP To Crosscheck With Immigration If More Striking Teachers Went On Vacation

While the majority of public school teachers protest in the streets, in front of the legislative assembly and take part in blockades across the country, the Ministerio de Educación Pública (MEP) has learned of at least one case of a teacher who took advantage of the strike vacation with her family in Cancun, Mexico.
The Ministry of Education plans to determine if any teacher, who did not have a vacation, left the country after September 10, the day on which the strike began. In the photo, the Rofas building that houses the central offices of the MEP.
MEP officials are sure that the case is not unique.
To detect the others, the MEP will be crossing the teachers’ bases with data from the immigration service, informed the Minister

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