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Transcript of SEP
History of Secretaría de Educación Pública
Dirección General de Educación Especial were created
Following the ideas defended by Carranza about the municipal autonomy was suppressed in the Constitution of 1917 the Secretariat of Public Instruction and Fine Arts.
Adolfo de la Huerta became president.
The University Department received the educational function that used to have the Federal District Government.
On March 1st, 1921, Vasconcelos created the General Direction for Technical Education.
Vasconcelos assumed the rectory of National University June 9th
SEP was created on September 25th.
On October 12th of the same year, Vasconcelos assumed the direction of the new Secretariat of SEP.
The new main office of SEP was inaugurated
& the 3 fundamental departments were:
1. The Scholar Department
2. The Library Department
3. The Fine Arts Department
other departments were created in order to solve more specific problems, like, indigenous education, literacy campaigns, etc.
Began operating the Editorial Department of the SEP
Department of Cultural Missions is created.
Secretary of Education.
Bernardo J. Gastélum
José Manuel Puig Casauranc
Decree that the Directorate of Secondary Education creates and authorizes the opening of secondary schools is published
Ley de Escalofón del Magisterio begins to be valid.
Secretaries of Education
(1930): Aarón Sáenz
(1930): Carlos Trejo Lerdo de Tejada
(1930 - 1931): José Manuel Puig Casauranc
(1931–1934) : Narciso Bassols.
Rural agricultural schools are created as a result of the merger of rural schools and escuelas centrales agricolas
The SEP publishes and distributes the book "Sex education of children".
The new third constitutional article comes into effect, it states that the education provided by the state should be socialist and excluding all religious doctrine.
The Department of Artistic Monuments , Archaeological and Historical of SEP becomes the National Institute of Anthropology and History ( INAH) . The archaeologist Alfonso Caso is its principal
The National Union of Education Workers (SNTE ) is constituted, with the slogan "For education to serve the people ."
Creation of the Administrative Committee of the Federal School Construction Program ( CAPFCE ) , manager of educational infrastructure .
Third article of the Constitution is amended to introduce the concept of integral education of secular , nationalist , democratic and scientific.
Jamie Torres Bodet was appointed Secretary of Public Education by President Manuel Ávila Camacho
Statutes that give rise to the ANUIES were approved.
Mexico signs agreement with UNESCO for the establishment of CREFAL .
José Ángel Ceniceros: Secretary of Public Education.
Consejo Nacional Técnico de la Educación is created.
Jaime Torres Bodet was again appointed to serve as Secretary of Public Education, this time under President Adolfo López Mateos.
The CAPFCE build 21,000 classrooms in six years.
Torres Bodet presents the Plan for Improvement and Expansion of Primary Education in Mexico , better known as Eleven-Year Plan .
One million 700 thousand children don't have finished primary school.
The National Commission of Free Text Books ( CONALITEG ) is created to bring books to all students in the country
The Center for Research and Advanced Studies (CINVESTAV ) of IPN is created
Training Centers for Industrial and Agricultural Labour ( CECATI ) was created
The National Anthropology and Modern Art museums were opened.
La Dirección General de Educación Audiovisual (DGEA) is founded.
The first tele-classrooms begin to operate.
The Mexican Commission for Cooperation with UNESCO is created ( CONALMEX )
Middle school or secundaria started on TV with 304 tele-classrooms.
Reform of Educación Primaria and Textbooks is implemented.
Academic status of a large number of teachers were regularized.
As well as three additional :
Colegio de Bachilleres is founded.
Early Childhood Education Direction is created.
The National Pedagogic University ( UPN ) is founded
The Elementary school program for All Children starts.
The process of federalization of education starts at established offices in the states.
The first Free Textbooks are delivered in indigenous languages.
The National Institute for Adult Education (INEA ) is created.
The National Library Program was created with the purpose of integrating a national network of public libraries.
The Corners Reading Program ( 1986-2000 ) promotes reading and educational publishing with over 43 million books .
The Program for Educational Modernization is created.
The decree establishing the National Council for Culture and the Arts ( CONACULTA ) is issued.
National Agreement for the Modernization of Basic Education ( ANMEB ) between the Ministry of Education , the governments of the states and the SNTE is signed.
Article 3 of the Constitution is amended for secondary education mandatory , with the view that " everyone has the right to education ."
Formally begins Carrera Magisterial Program , which promotes the professional development of teachers and educational quality.
The Centro Nacional de las Artes is inaugurated as an academic, cultural and artistic institution.
Education Development Program 1995-2000 is presented.
Through a collaboration agreement between the SEP and ILCE , transmissions EDUSAT satellite network started.
SEP , the National Institute for Adult Education (INEA ) and the Ministry of Defense put in place a program of literacy and basic education for illiterate or persons with truncated studies.
The guidelines for the operation of the National Council of Social Participation is issued .
The National Coordination of Intercultural and Bilingual Education is created.
The Quality Schools Program is designed as an initiative to reform the institutional and school management.
The National Institute for the Evaluation of Education ( INEE) is created.
The Social Commitment for Education is signed.
Twenty thousand classrooms of fifth and sixth graders have the program Enciclomedia teaching and learning.
The General Law of Linguistic Rights of Indigenous Peoples is published.
The Secretariat for Media Education and Higher Education of SEP is created.
The decree Reforma Integral de Educación Secundaria (RIES) is established.
The Vasconcelos library is inaugurated.
The ENLACE test is first applied.
The Ley de Fomento para
la Lectura y el Libro is published.
The May 15, 2008, the Federal Government, through the SEP and the SNTE, presented the Alliance for Quality Education, a strategy with which a new phase in education policy began.
Reforma Integral de la Educación Media y Superior
The SEP is designated as responsible for the commemoration of the Bicentennial of Independence and the Centennial of the Revolution.
On August 19, the agreement for the Joint Reform of Basic Education is published.
The SEP and SNTE sign agreement for universal assessment of teachers and principals in basic education service.
The Educación y Valores para la Convivencia meeting is organized.
Education Reform is approved
(1934): Eduardo Vasconcelos
(1934 - 1935): Ignacio García Téllez
(1935 - 1939): Gonzalo Vázquez Vela
(1939 - 1940): Ignacio M. Beteta
(1964 - 1970): Agustín Yáñez Delgadillo
(1970 - 1976): Víctor Bravo Ahuja
(1976 - 1977): Porfirio Muñoz Ledo
(1977 - 1982): Fernando Solana Morales
Secretaries of SEP
(1982 - 1985): Jesús Reyes Heroles
(1985 - 1988): Miguel González Avelar
(1988 - 1992): Manuel Bartlett Díaz
Secretaries of SEP
(1992–1993) : Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de León
(1993–1994) : Fernando Solana Morales
(1994–1994) : José Ángel Pescador
(1994–1995) : Fausto Alzati Araiza
(1995–2000) : Miguel Limón Rojas
(2000–2006) : Reyes Silvestre Tamez Guerra
(2006–2009) : Josefina Vázquez Mota
(2009–January 2012) : Alonso Lujambio
(January 2012–16 March 2012) : Rodolfo Tuiran Gutierrez
(2012) : José Ángel Córdova Villalobos
(2012–present) : Emilio Chuayffet