Cristina Kirchner: “Where there is an Argentine, there has to be their president”
November 9, 2011
The president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, was in the presentation of the book What? Is this is also math?, of Adrian Paenza, and called to change the ways that educational so the investment “can be seen on knowledge.”
I wanted to be here today with Adrian Paenza, a scientist who is next to the pople, and who will present his math book and I want to thank you for the donation he made for it to be in all netbooks connect equality.
It seems to me very important that a President of visibility to a science and mathematics, which I must confess, by dint of being honest, I did not like in elementary school, but when you listen to him [Paenza] things will come otherwise.
I wanted to tell all our students, young people, who need to generate different abilities closely related to the exact sciences, basic, which is what the country is needed.
Where there is an Argentine, there has to be its president. I want to be here with Adrian because there is another way of teaching that is not so dry
To live, we need to find meaning, and in learning we also need to find meaning. I think it is a great challenge for educators, for pedagogues. We are putting a lot of money, but we need that money can be played on much knowledge.
Meanwhile, Adrian Paenza said: “The significance is an Argentine president for the first time in history to release a book of mathematics. It is historic. Thank you.”