| "for its attacks on concerted education, special education, the Spanish language and parents' freedom of choice of center" | The regional deputy Víctor Martínez-Carrasco and the vice-spokesman of the PP and general director of Educational Evaluation and Professional Training, Sergio López Barrancos, have assured that "this law is a concession to the nationalist parties whose votes are essential for the Government of Pedro Sánchez can approve the state budget ""It is a law that lacks the dialogue with the educational community and the consensus requested by society as a whole.
The Government of the nation refuses to listen to teachers, students, directors, experts and managers," López Barrancos explained."For the PP, concerted education and special education in the Region of Murcia will continue to have the support of the regional government because they complement and strengthen our teaching model," he assuredFor his part, the regional deputy has stated that from the PP "we defend freedom and quality as fundamental and inalienable axes of our educational system.
Families have the right to freely choose what education they want for their children, that is why we support the public network already agreed ""The ordinary vehicular language of education throughout the Spanish territory is Castilian", recalled Martínez-CarrascoThe Popular Party of the Region of Murcia has promoted a campaign against the "attacks" of the educational reform that these days is being processed in the Congress of Deputies at the request of the Government of Pedro Sánchez and that attempts, among other issues, against freedom parents to decide how they want their children's education to be.The regional deputy Víctor Martínez-Carrasco and the local PP deputy spokesperson and general director of Educational Evaluation and Professional Training, Sergio López Barrancos, have announced in a press conference offered in Caravaca the campaign to collect signatures against this educational reform."The bill began its parliamentary process in a state of alarm, which is absolutely immoral.
It is a law that lacks dialogue with the educational community and the consensus requested by the whole of society.
The Government of the nation refuses to listen to teachers, students, directors, experts and managers ", as explained by López Barrancos, who added that" it is an outdated project, a reissue of the LOE: It does not configure a modern and flexible system that allows our educational system to be homologated with the countries around us "."The new law does not respond to the needs of the special educational system; it will not result in an improvement of the educational system," said the popular vice spokesman, who has listed the "attacks" of this law on concerted education, on special education , to the Spanish language, to the freedom of choice of parents and educational inspection.As the president of the PPRM, Fernando López Miras, said, for the PP, concerted education, cooperatives and special education in the Region of Murcia "will continue to count on the support of the regional government because they complement and make our model stronger.
teaching ", declared López Barrancos.He has also pointed out that "no unconstitutional norm is going to restrict your rights and our capacity to act within the framework of our competences" and has stressed that "this law represents an attack on concerted education and puts Special Education Centers at risk.
it relegates Castilian to a mere subject, rejecting its character as a vehicular language of content ".The director general of Educational Evaluation has stated that "everyone knows that this law is a concession to the nationalist parties whose votes are essential for this government to approve the state budgets."Freedom and quality, essential axes of the educational systemFor his part, the regional deputy has stated that from the PP "we defend freedom and quality as fundamental and inalienable axes of our educational system.
Families have the right to freely choose what education they want for their children, that is why we support the public network already agreed "."The PSOE was the creator of the educational concerts, but conceiving concerted education as a subsidiary of public education, not complementary.
The new law abolishes the clause of social demand, thus paving the way for the massive suppression of units in concerted centers In this same sense, it includes the prohibition of giving up public land for the construction of concerted centers and concerts with differentiated education centers by sex, "he reported.Martínez-Carrasco has stressed that "our children have the right to an education of the highest quality adapted to an increasingly competitive world, which is why we support national academic tests that assess skills and knowledge."The deputy in the Regional Assembly has stated that the ordinary vehicular language of education throughout the Spanish territory is Castilian.
"However, the law allows Castilian, the common language of the entire country, to be relegated to a mere subject in the territory that so decides, rejecting its character as a vehicular language of content," he explained.As for the Special Education centers and their uncertain future, Martínez-Carrasco has assured that "many families have chosen these centers for their children, as they provide highly professionalized educational care for students with serious educational needs.
These centers , contrary to what they want us to see, they also work for the insertion of students in society, they are also centers of inclusion ".Finally, the popular deputy has referred to the suppression of the so-called 'single district', "which represents another attack on the freedom of choice of parents and another advance in that education planned from the office of an official." According to Martínez-Carrasco, the single district in the Murcia Region has allowed more than 90% of families to enroll their children in the center of their choice.
"Now we go back to a system where the Administration dictates to the parents the center that their child must attend, regardless of the families' preference regarding location or educational programs offered."
Source: PP Caravaca de la Cruz