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Explanation: And "Campus Principal" (Dir. del Plantel).
This is one of those schools with a system that has campuses all over, they are not organized like in the US but "Superintendent" gives the idea that he is in charge of the entire system, which is the case here.
That kind of specific information is the kind of CONTEXT we need here; I could research it myself but I have too much work of my own to do so.
Este es un certificado de estudios (transcript) realizados en un Colegio de Bachilleres de Mexico (estudios basicos y preparatoria).
Al final del certificado firman tanto el 'Director General' como el 'Director del Plantel'. Una cosa que note es que el Director General se titula 'Mtro. xxxx' y el Director del Plantel 'Ing. xxx'. Consegui el organigrama de esa escuela (http://web.cobachbc.edu.mx/SITIO-CBBC/newpagina/organigrama.... pero aun asi no estaba muy clara en cuanto la diferencia del director general vs. plantel. Que piensan?