Ministry of National Education (Colombia)

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Ministry of National Education
Ministerio de Educación Nacional
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Ministry overview
Formed 1 January 1928 (1928-01-01)
Headquarters Calle 43 № 57-14
Bogotá, D.C., Colombia
04°38′47.36″N 74°05′40.51″W / 4.6464889°N 74.0945861°W / 4.6464889; -74.0945861
Annual budget COP$23,092,798,432,087 (2012)[1]
COP$24,899,811,728,484 (2013)[2]
COP$26,932,267,932,578 (2014)[3]
Ministry executives María Fernanda Campo Saavedra, Minister
Julio Salvador Alandete Arroyo, Deputy Minister
Patricia Martínez Barrios,
Deputy Minister
Child agencies INCI
INSOR
ITC
Intenalco
ITFIP
INFOTEP-San Andres
INFOTEP-San Juan del Cesar
Website www.mineducacion.gov.co

The Ministry of National Education (Spanish: Ministerio de Educación Nacional) is the national executive ministry of the Government of Colombia responsible for overseeing the instruction and education of the Colombian people, similar to education ministries in other countries.

List of Ministers[edit]

Order Period Minister of National Education
1st 1928-1930 José Vicente Huertas
2nd 1930-1930 Elíseo Arango Ramos
3rd 1930-1931 Abel Francisco Carbonell Vergara
4th 1931-1933 Julio Carrizosa Valenzuela
5th 1933-1934 Pedro Maria Carreño Mallarino
6th 1934-1934 Jaime Jaramillo Arango
7th 1934-1934 Carlos Lozano y Lozano
8th 1934-1935 Luis López de Mesa Gómez
9th 1935-1935 Calixto Torres Umaña
10th 1935-1937 Darío Echandía Olaya
11th 1937-1937 Alberto Lleras Camargo
12th 1937-1937 Tulio Enrique Tascón Quintero
13th 1937-1937 Alejandro López Restrepo
14th 1937-1938 José Joaquín Castro Martínez
15th 1938-1940 Alfonso Araújo Gaviria
16th 1940-1941 Jorge Eliécer Gaitán Ayala
17th 1941-1941 Guillermo Nannetti Concha
18th 1941-1942 Juan Lozano y Lozano
19th 1942-1942 Germán Arciniegas Angueyra
20th 1942-1942 Jorge Zalamea Borda
21st 1942-1943 Absalón Fernández de Soto
22nd 1943-1943 Rafael Parga Cortés
23rd 1943-1943 Carlos Lozano y Lozano
24th 1943-1943 Carlos Arango Vélez
25th 1943-1945 Antonio Rocha Alvira
26th 1945-1945 Rafael Escallón
27th 1945-1945 Antonio Rocha Alvira
28th 1945-1946 Germán Arciniegas Angueyra
29th 1946-1946 Mario Carvajal Borrero
30th 1946-1947 Miguel Jiménez López
31st 1947-1947 Eduardo Zuleta Ángel
32nd 1947-1948 Joaquín Estrada Monsalve
33rd 1948-1948 Elíseo Arango Ramos
34th 1948-1949 Fabio Lozano y Lozano
35th 1949-1949 Elíseo Arango Ramos
36th 1949-1949 Eleuterio Serna Ramírez
37th 1949-1950 Manuel Mosquera Garcés
38th 1950-1951 Antonio Álvarez Restrepo
39th 1951-1952 Rafael Azula Barrera
40th 1952-1953 Lucio Pabón Núñez
41st 1953-1953 Jesús Estrada Monsalve
42nd 1953-1954 Manuel Mosquera Garcés
43rd 1954-1954 Daniel Henao Henao
44th 1954-1955 Aurelio Caicedo Ayerbe
45th 1955-1956 Gabriel Betancur Mejía
46th 1956-1957 Josefina Valencia Muñoz
47th 1957-1957 Próspero Carbonell MacAusland
48th 1957-1958 Alfonso Carvajal Peralta
49th 1958-1959 Reinaldo Muñoz Zambrano
50th 1959-1960 Abel Naranjo Villegas
51st 1960-1960 Gonzalo Vargas Rubiano
52nd 1960-1960 Belisario Betancur Cuartas
53rd 1960-1961 Alfonso Ocampo Londoño
54th 1961-1962 Jaime Posada Díaz
55th 1962-1965 Pedro Gómez Valderrama
56th 1965-1966 Daniel Arango Jaramillo
57th 1966-1968 Gabriel Betancourt Mejía
58th 1968-1970 Octavio Arizmendi Posada
59th 1970-1972 Luis Carlos Galán Sarmiento
60th 1972-1974 Juan Jacobo Muñoz
61st 1974-1977 Hernando Durán Dussán
62nd 1977-1978 Rafael Rivas Posada
63rd 1978-1980 Rodrigo Lloreda Caicedo
64th 1980-1981 Guillermo Angulo Gómez
65th 1981-1982 Carlos Albán Holguín
66th 1986-1988 Marina Uribe de Eusse
67th 1988-1989 Antonio Yepes Parra
68th 1989-1990 Manuel Francisco Becerra Barney
69th 1990-1991 Alfonso Valdivieso Sarmiento
70th 1991-1993 Carlos Holmes Trujillo García
71st 1993-1994 Maruja Pachón Castro
72nd 1994-1995 Arturo Sarabia Better
73rd 1995-1996 María Emma Mejía Vélez
74th 1996-1997 Olga Duque de Ospina
75th 1997-1998 Jaime Niño Díez
76th 1998-2000 Germán Bula Escobar
77th 2000-2002 Francisco José Lloreda Mera
78th 2002-2010 Cecilia María Vélez White
79th 2010-present María Fernanda Campo Saavedra

References[edit]

  1. ^ Colombia, Congress of (14 December 2011). "Ley 1485 de 2011". Diario Oficial (in Spanish) (Bogotá) (48,283): 9. ISSN 0122-2112. OCLC 500057889. Retrieved 6 May 2013. 
  2. ^ Colombia, Congress of (10 December 2012). "Ley 1593 de 2012". Diario Oficial (in Spanish) (Bogotá) (48,640): 10. ISSN 0122-2112. OCLC 500057889. Retrieved 6 May 2013. 
  3. ^ Colombia, Congress of (11 December 2013). "Ley 1687 de 2014". Diario Oficial (in Spanish) (Bogotá) (49,001): 29. ISSN 0122-2112. OCLC 500057889. Retrieved 8 January 2014.