The latest information made today by the Ministry of Education on a topic of interest, such as that of the Student Admission Process, is transferred from the Department of Education, directed by Mónica Sánchez."The Ministry incorporates new electronic signature systems for families to submit applications electronically without the need for a digital certificateThe Ministry of Education and Culture, in order to facilitate the submission of applications electronically in the admission process for students for the next school year, has implemented new electronic signature systems that do not require a digital certificate.The deadline for submitting applications began on March 9 and was interrupted after the declaration of the state of national alarm.
To date, more than 13,000 applications have been filed, out of the 30,000 expected when the procedure ends.Despite the fact that the period is interrupted and that it must be extended from the moment in which administrative deadlines are resumed at the national level, families can present telematic instances to request the school they prefer for their children for the next course.Thus, the Ministry will facilitate the submission of applications through electronic headquarters to families without a digital certificate or electronic ID.
To do this, three systems have been implemented for temporary use that allow registering the center application request electronically and with full validity.These forms, with a specific username and password, assimilate the student admission process to other widely used procedures, such as, for example, the tax declaration that is presented through the Cl @ ve system.
On the other hand, the teaching staff of public centers of the Ministry of Education and Culture, as well as the official staff of the Community, may submit applications for admission using their agreed public employee code without the need to physically have the card for it.In order to submit applications electronically, you must access the Admission section of the Educarm website.The Minister of Education and Culture, Esperanza Moreno, stressed that "we have tried to make it as easy as possible for families, within the law, because we understand that having the application submitted is an element of tranquility for them."Likewise, he recalled that "the deadlines for admission, like the vast majority of administrative deadlines, are interrupted, so no one should worry if they cannot submit their application 'online', because as soon as possible we will inform them of the days available to be able to make the application in person at the educational centers ”.
"No student will be left without a place in the Region of Murcia," he added.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cehegín