The Dominican American Cultural Institute opened a new campus of its Language School in the Baní municipality, province. Where it makes available to that area its English programs for children, youth and adults at different times at the El Redentor school located on Duvergé street.
This new facility is added to another 11, which are distributed in the National District, Eastern Zone, San Pedro de Macorís, La Romana, Higüey and San Francisco de Macorís.
The act was headed by the executive director of the Dominican American Cultural Institute, Ramón Sosa, who pronounced central statements, and was also attended by representatives of the different sectors of the Peravia province, authorities from the El Redentor School, members of the educational community of ICDA, such as parents, students, teaching and administrative staff.
Since its foundation in 1947, “the institution has remained at the forefront in offering educational services to Dominican society, dominating the English language teaching market and has been establishing, in them, high quality standards and innovation”, indicates the press release.
It is with this mission that for 76 years now it has been bringing quality education to different locations in the Dominican Republic with its face-to-face programs and recently, through the virtual modality, to other areas within the country and public abroad.
The blessing of the new administrative and teaching offices was carried out by Miguel Parra, Parochial Vicar of the Cathedral of Nuestra Señora de Regla de Baní.
About the Dominican American Cultural Institute (ICDA)
El Domínico Americano is a binational, non-profit educational and cultural institution that trains citizens with the communicative skills in English and Spanish, and those required to enter national and international markets.
Its Language School serves as a vehicle for teaching the language and culture of the United States and the Dominican Republic. Its mission is to provide a dynamic and instructive learning environment, respecting individual needs and diversity, in line with updated trends from research on foreign language teaching methodology.
For more information, visit: www.icda.edu.do