Oviedo (EFE).- The Minister of Education, Lydia Espina, on Tuesday asked for “tranquility” from the centers since her department will relax “to the maximum” the deadlines and “multiply” the training of teachers in the implementation of the new law on education, the LOMLOE.
“We are not going to persecute anyone, quite the contrary,” Espina stressed during a press conference after meeting with the management committees of nursery, primary and secondary schools, on a day when the ANPE, UGT, CCOO and SUATEA unions called for protest actions. require changes in the implementation of the standard.
Espina stressed that the council will “accompany” and “help” the centers for the implementation of LOMLOE, a “21st century” law that will mean “the biggest leap” that has existed in this field.
“We relaxed the deadlines from the start. There is no margin for it to be bigger”, underlined the adviser in the face of criticism, who asked the addresses not to feel “overwhelmed” since there is time and the administration will accompany them. in the gait.
The Head of Education argued that the obligation to present the documents of the center by the establishments has been postponed until before the final evaluation, that is to say the didactic and pedagogical programming and the curricular concretions, while that the qualification criteria are kept for day 1.
At the same time, he explained that on the same day, the ministry will issue the assessment instructions, which will advance the “building blocks” of the assessment resolutions that are already “in progress.”
In addition, Espina assured that at the beginning of December a call for interactive training aimed at the directors of the centers will be launched, which will be reproduced by the rest of the teachers.
Informative videos on the “key elements” will also be published in the coming days and Educastur will host a repository with “learning situations for teachers to use and download”.
“Training will multiply to reach more teachers,” insisted the adviser. ECE