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Free Early Childhood Education in Formentera – Govt’s Promise Fulfilled

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– The Balearic Minister of Education and Universities, Antoni Vera, and the Director General, Neus Riera, signed agreements this morning in Formentera guaranteeing free nursery places for children from zero to three years.
– The agreement ensures the gratuity of children in two public nurseries in Formentera, with a commitment to receive €2.3 million over the next 4 years.
– The government’s electoral promise from the past regional elections to ensure gratuity for families with children from zero to three years is being fulfilled.
– Various needs within public educational centres have been identified and prioritised, including expansion of Institute Marc Ferrer and revitalisation of Mestre Lluís Andreu to create a unified facility.
– There are challenges regarding the availability of teaching staff in Formentera due to the lack of housing, with the government considering measures such as providing teachers with affordable housing to encourage relocation to the region.

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