The Houston Public Library will be receiving a very significant donation of text books in Spanish from Consulate General of Mexico to benefit of the Mexican and Hispanic community in Houston, as well as to all those interested in learning more about Mexican culture.
The Spanish textbook donation program was established by the Mexican Government, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Public Education, in order to support bilingual education and school activities focused on students of Mexican descent and of Hispanic heritage in the United States.
The donation includes 28 collections and each collection includes 45 Textbooks (from 1st to 6th grades: Math, Spanish, Sciences, Civics, etc.) and Literature Books.
When: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 10:00 AM
Where: Julia Ideson Building
550 McKinney St. | Auditorium
Houston, Texas 77002
For more information contact the Community Affairs Office of the Mexican Consulate at 713 778 6116 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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