Perczyk, on watching the games in schools: "It’s a day won, not a day lost"

Tuesday, November 22, 2022 | 8:02 a.m.

The Minister of Education, Jaime Perczyk, spoke in favor of watching the matches of the Argentine team in the World Cup in Qatar on television in schools and remarked that “it is a day won, not a day lost.”

“A large number of provinces have decided to watch Argentina’s games at school and the city of Buenos Aires decided that each school does what they want,” Perczyk said.

“The City gives power to the schools or washes its hands, there are two ways of looking at the same thing,” he added.

Likewise, he maintained that they have received “a large number of messages from school directors, from teachers, expressing the idea of ​​linking it to issues of literature, letters, expression, social sciences and, in fact, a note came out that in Uruguay and other countries do the same.”

“The school does not live outside of what happens in society and the school has to transmit what society puts at the center of its discussions and aspirations”, said the minister and stressed: “It is a day won, not a day lost “.

In this sense, he recalled the country’s tradition of following the soccer cup in schools and stated: “From 1986 onwards, teachers and children, in general, have watched the World Cups at school.”

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Missionary colleges looking at La Scaloneta. (Photo: Marcelo Rodriguez)

Missionary university students watching the debut of the Scaleneta. (Photo: Marcelo Rodriguez)

Missionary colleges watching the La Scaloneta game. (Photo: Marcelo Rodriguez)

Thanks to the Minister of Education and Sports of the Argentine Nation, Jaime Perczyk, most of the provinces will give both students and teachers the opportunity to watch the Qatar 2022 World Cup matches and thus encourage the National Team through the screen in real time.

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