Goal 10: Improve educational opportunities for in-school and out-of-school youth in targeted high risk municipalities with high crime rates. The USG is dedicated to supporting the Ministry of Education in implementation of their Social Education Plan” and the GOES Five Year Plan by focusing efforts on the four areas of concern described in the plan. On Track The Ministry of Education (MINED) leads implementation of the Integrated Full Time Inclusive School approach (SI-EITP) with funds from the World Bank, Italian Agency and the USG. All activities under this new initiative are aimed to work with the educational community to strengthen the pedagogical, territorial and organizational components of the system. The MINED conducted a study that identified 161 new SI-EITPs in 59 municipalities, reaching a total of 1,372 schools and 305,800 students. Under a recently signed agreement, the USG will support the Education for Children and Youth project through a local organization. This project will work in 150 schools in the first year and will benefit 28,392 lower secondary level students and 1,158 out-of-school youth. As part of the “Adopt-a-School” public-private partnership program, 495 teachers and 91 principals were trained in teaching methodologies to improve the quality of education for 10,952 students. Two new alliances were made during this period, fora total of 32 alliances, and 361 scholarships were awarded. Under the Chance project, 2,018 students received training in values and social skills, 247 parents received training on how to improve their social skills with their children, 72 students received psychological support through individual therapy sessions, and 538 students participated in sports activities, singing and dance classes, and other after school activities. The MINED and Ministry of Justice and Security established a permanent coordination team to provide followup on this goal.