State lawmakers approved a resolution that calls state authorities to rehabilitate schools before the return to classes.
The resolution calls Institute of School Infrastructure Director Javier Urbalejo to prioritize maintenance and rehabilitation of schools previously to resume classes.
Baja California is home to over 3,000 schools that have been closed for about two years due to the pandemic.
Many schools were victims of vandalism and other issues regardless of community support. Although some maintenance has been made in the last weeks, lawmakers said the effort has been insufficient to have campuses ready for students and teachers.