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UAPA founder Angel Hernandez Castillo, who comes straight to education

Santo Domingo, Dr.

Angel Enrique Hernandez Castillo, who performed in accordance with Decree 356-20 Educational Advisor to the President of the Dominican Republic, and renamed this Wednesday Minister of EducationHas a doctorate in education, graduated from the University of Grenoble, France.

He is also the founder of the Open University for Adults (U Associated PressA).

It is good to point out that Hernandez Castillo has developed many works Ministry of Education of the Dominican Republic (MINERD) Such as: Deputy Minister of Technical and Educational Services and Director of the National Institute of Education and Teachers’ Training (INAFOCAM), among other functions.

Although he was born in Jarabacoa, As a child he moved to Elias Pinas with his family. When his father was appointed as the regional director of border communities.

He studied education at the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra, where he met his wife, Mirian Acosta, with whom he had four children, three of whom work at U Associated PressA.

“Vladimir is the Deputy Rector for Technology, Alejandra is the Deputy Rector for the Administrative Region, and Raisa is the Deputy Rector for Communications and Liaison. I have another daughter who lives in America who works in the field of fashion.”He wrote in his biography published on the U Associated PressA page.

In 1978, at the age of 23, when Antonio Guzmán won the presidency, he was appointed regional director of education for Santiago and Puerto Plata, the youngest ever to hold the position.

He taught here for several years, before founding the Open University for Adults in 1995. Autonomous University of Santo Domingo.

He has also been President of the Dominican Association of Rectors of Universities (ADRU) on two occasions.

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