By Euro Weekly News Media • 02 March 2015 • 11:18
Pressure from parents of Mijas, Teatinos district of Malaga city and Rincon de la Victoria on the Junta de Andalucia regional government appears to have paid off.
The Junta has finally announced that it will put projects out to tender for much-needed new schools in the three areas, where increases in population overtook previsions and left children in need of places to study.
The promised school in Mijas, the Indira Ghandi in Las Lagunas, will provide places for 900 infant and primary children, many of which have been taking their lessons in huts in the car-park of another school for the last five years.
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