The Buenos Aires Government will add to the call of the more than 30 thousand active teachers and those who are in teacher training to the teachers who have retired to join the actions to strengthen the educational trajectory with the teaching of classes against the shift and on Saturdays, it was reported today.

As detailed in the portfolio led by Agustina Vila, the call is open to retired teachers who are not in activity to work in the + ATR Program as “Teacher for the strengthening of educational trajectories” and / or “Face-to-face modules for strengthening educational trajectories “.

Resolution 2905/2021 and its amendments detailed that this call aims to continue developing strategies to accompany the educational trajectories of primary and secondary students throughout the province who require intensified teaching to guarantee the learning foreseen in the Priority Curriculum .

Retired teachers (without active performance at the initial, primary or secondary levels) who want to join the program must register in a special list, entering the link: atr /

The designation of retired teachers will be made by the Undersecretary of Education and the Undersecretariat of Administration and Human Resources based on the assignment of performances made by the secretaries of educational affairs of each district, according to educational requirements and availability. of performances not covered by active teachers.

In cases where there are more enrolled than available positions, the designation of retired teachers will be made, in the first instance, by the area of ​​concern of their latest performances in accordance with the priorities established in Annex III, and in second instance for teaching seniority.

The “Program for the intensification of teaching + ATR” strengthens the establishment of primary and secondary level educational establishments, including secondary schools dependent on the Professional Technical Education modality and the Artistic Education modality.

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