Nest egg: payment of the first installment begins this Tuesday; Check the calendar and find out who is eligible

Nest egg: payment of the first installment begins this Tuesday;  Check the calendar and find out who is eligible


The program is aimed at students aged 14 to 24, regularly enrolled in public high school. The government will pay R$2,000 per year, in addition to bonuses, to anyone who follows the benefit criteria. Pé-de-Meia provides for a monthly incentive payment of R$ 200. Fabiane de Paula/Sistema Verdes Mares Students covered by the Pé-de-Meia program who have their birthdays in January and February will receive this Tuesday (26) the first installment of the benefit. The amount of R$200 refers to the enrollment bonus and is not deducted from the attendance incentive of R$1,800, which will be paid in nine installments throughout the year. (See more below). 👉🏾 Nesting Egg is a Federal Government program, which, through the MEC, will provide financial incentives for low-income students regularly enrolled in public high school, as a way to combat school dropout. Students aged 14 to 24 will be included, whose family is registered in the Single Registry (CadÚnico). (See details below.) Beneficiaries who have a birthday in other months will also receive the first installment in the next few days, depending on the month of birth, according to the following schedule: January and February: March 26th March and April : March 27th May and June: March 28th July and August: April 1st September and October: April 2nd November and December: April 3rd According to Camilo Santana, Minister of Education, Caixa Exonomia, responsible for transfers to student accounts, will still assess whether the birthday month will continue to be the criterion for paying the next installments of the benefit. How to know if you have been included High school students can check if they have been included in the program through the Jornada do Estudante app, from the Ministry of Education (MEC). If you benefit from the program, the student will find information on the app such as: tuition fees; payment schedule; payday; installment value; identification of the parcel’s jurisdiction; bank, branch and account information into which the installment was paid; parcel status; and date of processing of each information. For those who have not been considered, the application must inform the reason for rejection and provide guidance to the student on how to resolve the situation. 🧑‍🎓 Who can participate in the ‘Nest Egg’ According to the ordinance, students enrolled in public schools and who are attending high school or the program for Youth and Adult Education (EJA) can participate in the program. In addition, you must: be between 14 and 24 years old; have CPF; and being part of a family registered in the Single Registry (CadÚnico). According to MEC, students who are part of families that receive Bolsa Família will have priority to receive the benefit. On the other hand, students registered as a single-person family with Bolsa Família are not entitled to the program. 💰 What amounts will be paid The MEC informed that the benefit will be paid in stages, as follows: incentive for enrollment, with an annual value of R$200; attendance incentive, worth R$1,800 annually; incentive for completing the year, worth R$1,000 annually; incentive for Enem, in a single installment of R$200. In the case of the attendance incentive, the total amount of R$1,800 will be paid in nine installments throughout the year. The exception will be for this year, when the benefit will be paid in eight installments, totaling R$1,600. ✅ What are the rules of the program The MEC informed that it will require a series of data about the student’s school life so that the benefit can be paid regularly. Check below: Enrollment incentive: enrollment for the school year must be done within two months of the start of the school year. Attendance incentive: the student must attend at least 80% of school hours. It will be up to educational institutions to communicate to the government, every month, the school attendance of students. Completion incentive: the student must pass the year to receive the annual amount. Furthermore, if applicable, the student will have to have proven participation in assessment exams, such as the Basic Education Assessment System (Saeb). Enem incentive: the amount will only be paid to students who complete high school and are present on the two test days. In case of return after abandonment or failure, the government informed that it will only pay the benefit once for each high school year. ❌ Students will be disconnected from the program who: choose to voluntarily abandon their “Nest Egg”; who are no longer within the eligibility criteria, such as age and registration with CadÚnico; who fail the year twice in a row; who abandon studies for more than two years; who commit any type of fraud or irregularity. 🗓️ What will the payment schedule be like? The registration bonus, worth R$ 200, will be paid between March 26th and April 3rd. If a student does not receive the benefit due to an update in government data, payment will be made by July 1st. For the attendance incentive, worth R$1,600, payment will be made in eight installments. See the deadlines in the following table: Payment of the attendance incentive In relation to the completion incentive, in the amount of R$ 1,000, the deposit in the student savings account will be made between February 24, 2025 and March 3, 2025. If any student does not receive the benefit due to an update in government data, payment will be made by May 5, 2025. Finally, the incentive for Enem, of R$200, will be deposited between December 23, 2024 and January 3 2025. VIDEOS: Education news


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