“Knowledge Stations” in Maranhão and Pará open interactive rooms to assist children and teenagers with disabilities
The “Knowledge Stations” of Arari (Maranhão), Marabá and Tucumã (both in Pará) inaugurated, in January, their interactive rooms with multifunctional resources. The ceremony was attended by members of the Municipal Council for the Rights of Children and Teenagers (CMDCA), the education and social assistance departments and councils of each municipality. In the spaces, students with disabilities will be assisted, who will have the presence of specialized professionals and adapted equipment and teaching materials.
The “Knowledge Stations” are maintained by the Vale Foundation, with Vale incentivized resources and other partners, with socio-educational activities after school hours. The rooms were sponsored by the Sports Incentive Law.
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