Source: CIS ORG

Mexico’s president, Enrique Peña Nieto, signed reforms for Mexico’s General Education Law to help Mexicans who have been deported from the United States.

Reforms will eliminate barriers to the revalidation of professions, and will facilitate the entry process into the nation’s education system for students who lack academic or identity documents, as reported by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) in Washington, D.C.

The secretary of Public Education was instructed by Peña Nieto to boost efforts for the National Institute for Adult Education (INEA), and recently launched the installation of new INEA locations to help deported adults revalidate and continue their education.

In a recent op-ed, Peña Nieto wrote to the nation, discussing the ways in which the country will invest in helping recently deported individuals reintegrate, stabilize, and thrive.

Read full story at: CIS ORG

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Mexican President, Peña Nieto Discusses Reintegrating Deportees Through Education System