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El Salvador

ESTUDIOS SOCIALES Y CÍVICA

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BACHILLERATO

Queridos jóvenes: El libro de texto de Estudios Sociales y Cívica que tienen en sus manos ha sido hecho pensando en cada uno de ustedes, que son personas únicas e importantes. Contiene información y actividades interesantes que les ayudarán a comprender y analizar la realidad salvadoreña e internacional. También propone el fomento de actitudes, necesarias para la participación responsable en el ámbito familiar, escolar, comunitario, nacional y mundial. El Ministerio de Educación y su centro educativo, en el marco del Plan Nacional de Educación 2021, están trabajando para que tengan más y mejores oportunidades de aprender. Así, esperamos que ejerzan sus derechos y cumplan con sus deberes con responsabilidad para llegar a ser ciudadanos plenos que fortalezcan la paz y la democracia. Les invitamos a continuar estudiando con empeño, manteniendo vivo el interés por ser mejores y enfrentar de manera competente los retos académicos y profesionales que les depara el futuro. ¡Ánimo, ustedes pueden alcanzar el éxito que se propongan!

Ministra de Educación

Darlyn Xiomara Meza

Viceministro de Educación

José Luis Guzmán

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Elías Antonio Saca Presidente de la República Ana Vilma de Escobar Vicepresidenta de la República Darlyn Xiomara Meza Ministra de Educación José Luis Guzmán Viceministro de Educación Carlos Benjamín Orozco Viceministro de Tecnología Norma Carolina Ramírez Directora General de Educación Ana Lorena Guevara de Varela Directora Nacional de Educación Manuel Antonio Menjívar Gerente de Gestión Pedagógica Rosa Margarita Montalvo Jefe de la Unidad Académica Cristelina Henríquez Carlos Benjamín Henríquez René Alfredo Molina Equipo técnico MINED

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