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UBM Special Education Study Program & Education, Youth, and Sport Office Discuss Implementation of Cooperation Program

Humas UBM Gorontalo

Campus.UBMG – The Special Education Study Program at Bina Mandiri  (UBM) Gorontalo is a special attraction.

This rare study program is indeed the target of many students who want to continue their studies. The Education, Culture, Youth and Sports Office of Gorontalo Province wishes that the Human Resources  in the field of Special Education are truly prepared and receive attention.

For this reason, The Education, Culture, Youth and Sports Office of Gorontalo Province invited UBM Gorontalo to discuss a collaboration program in the form of real implementation, Friday (16/12/2022).

After the meeting, the Head of the UBM Collaboration Unit, Andriyanto Dai M.Kep explained, there were many things discussed in the meeting with the Education and Culture department.

"Among them is the discussion of the development of cooperation implementation programs, in the form of increasing human resources, fulfilling the qualifications of teachers with special needs in the form of study scholarships," he said.

Meanwhile, the Dean of Faculty of Science Education UBM Gorontalo, Imam Mashudi S.Pd, M.Pd revealed, the initiative to open the Special Education Study Program was based on the consideration that there was no need for educators with special educational backgrounds for special schools in Gorontalo Province.

"Later on, graduates from this Study Program are prepared to become teachers for children with special needs in SLB. For this reason, UBM took the initiative to open the Study Program to assist the availability of Special Education Teachers," he said.

Not only that, graduates of this Study Program will also assist agencies, as signal spokespersons to provide information to persons with disabilities. (ais/rls)