Win the World returns, but exchange continues without schedule

Win the World returns, but exchange continues without schedule
Win the World returns, but exchange continues without schedule
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According to SEE-PE, Ganhe o Mundo English and Spanish classes have already started and the Government of Pernambuco has secured a budget of R$44 million to resume the program

Elaine Guimarães

April 1, 2024 –
12:06 pm

Boarding of students for Ganhe o Mundo exchange program. Photo: (Disclosure/SEE/Pedro Menezes)

Created in 2011, the Ganhe o Mundo Program (PGM) emerged as a possibility for educational and cultural exchange for students from the Pernambuco state network. However, in the second half of 2019, the initiative was temporarily suspended, as a result of a precautionary measure from the Court of Auditors of the State of Pernambuco (TCE).

However, in March 2023, already under the mandate of Raquel Lyra (PSDB), the TCE issued an opinion that determined the cancellation of the bidding process carried out and appointed a new bid for the return of travel. At the time, the ReadNow contacted the Pernambuco Department of Education and Sports (SEE-PE).

Through a note, the ministry stated that it was working on restructuring the program, with the preparation of new Terms of Reference and Notices, in accordance with the TCE’s determinations. Furthermore, it was claimed that in the second half of 2023, language courses would resume and from 2024, student and teacher boardings would begin.

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Waiting for schedule

In new contact with SEE-PE, the ReadNow asked about the start of classes and the boarding period. Through a note, the secretariat assured that the Ganhe o Mundo Program (PGM) is underway. Furthermore, English and Spanish classes have already started and are part of the electives offered by the institutions.

Regarding international exchange, the second stage of the PGM, the ministry claims that “bidding processes are underway so that the schedule for ticket purchase and boarding is established”. SEE also highlights that the Government of Pernambuco “guaranteed a budget of R$44 million for the program to be resumed”.

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