Geraardsbergen. Flemish Minister of Education Ben Weyts (N-VA) is investing € 93,799 in the Free Primary School ‘t Karmelieten in Geraardsbergen. “When our children go back to school on September 1, we want a high-quality place for all of them,” says Weyts. “So we are investing €3 billion in school buildings this term – even more than in the previous term.”
The Flemish Government is investing heavily in school infrastructure: €3 billion will be earmarked for this term of office, another €500 million more than in the previous term, when the catch-up movement was started. School boards can make good use of this financial support for construction or renovation works. “When parents are back at the school gates again, they will realize all too well that investing in school construction is equivalent to investing in educational quality, in our children, in the future,” says Weyts.
That also means good news for Geraardsbergen. Flemish Minister of Education Ben Weyts (N-VA) is investing € 93,799 in Vrije Basisschool ‘t Karmelieten in Geraardsbergen through the Agency for Infrastructure in Education (AGION). In concrete terms, it concerns: renovation of a sanitary block.