He considers that “the Cela Law despises knowledge” and predicts that this “will be the last state education law because what is transferred to the CCAA is irrecoverable”

Gregorio Luri, in Madrid.JAVIER BARBANCHO

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Gregorio Luri (Azagra, 1955) says that a student gave a piece of writing to her teacher and she asked her: “Come back to write.” The girl repeated it a little reluctantly, but the teacher insisted: “It is still not clear, write it again.” He had to redo the text up to four times, until finally the notebook was impeccable. “Now compare the first version with the last one,” the teacher encouraged the student. “He’s much better,” acknowledged the girl. “Well if you are able to do this,

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