Parent votes in school councils toe the line of cloisters not to change timetables

In the hands of school boards because, according to the Ministry of Education, the law envisages it that way.

The way to teach in the first year of ESO this course which begins on September 12, in one week, depends on what the school councils of each institute vote, convened for the most part in the afternoon of this Monday September 5, once the cloisters are finished. the same.

In teaching cloisters, the majority option has been inclined to avoid the reorganization of timetables at this stage, even by teachers who oppose teaching by grouping subjects, given the disorder that this entails having to redo hours and subjects throughout the center with only four days to go before classes start next Monday.

But the possibility that Education leaves in the hands of the school councils, when this last decision will be the one that will be adopted in each center, because the faculty must issue “only one report”, neither are there any plans to modify the results obtained previously among the teachers, content of the distribution of votes.

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The ministry itself emphasizes in its resolution that “it is very important to stress that the decision which is now adopted by each of the

centers only concerns this academic year 2022-2023. The Senate’s pronouncement and the School Council’s decision do not concern the question of whether or not it is considered that organization by subject area seems the most appropriate in the 1st year of compulsory secondary education, but on this who is the extent that

considers it more convenient to adequately solve this beginning of course after the preventive suspension adopted by the Superior Court of Justice of the Community”.

And it abounds that “the Faculty of Teachers must discuss and formulate a reasoned proposal to the School Council concerning the curricular offer by subject in all groups of the first year of compulsory secondary education during the school year 2022-2023; and that in “extraordinary meeting of the Establishment Council, taking into account the previous report of the management of the center and the proposal of the Senate, must approve whether or not the center adopts a curricular organization by domains”.

The votes

In a typical center or institute, the director, head of studies, secretary, administrator, and janitor vote, in addition to an average of eight professors who total thirteen votes. Proportionally, the parents bring five votes and the pupils four others.nine votes which can in no way override what was previously agreed by the center, although the vote of the municipal representative must also be added in each case.

In addition, the directors of the centers consulted indicate that For an institute to function, harmony with families is essentialand that this work throughout the course favors that in a vote that can be controversial as in this case, the parents themselves end up assuming the decision previously adopted in the faculty.

However, these are majority situations, not general ones, soIf a faculty chooses not to combine subjects as in the last two courses, -given the possibility that the TSJ judges offered in their injunction, by preventing this form of education from being compulsory as had been planned by the Ministry of National Education-, and later, the school council ratifies itthese institutes they will rearrange the schedules before the 12th so that all teachers only teach the subject of their specialty in this new course.


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