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SEP rejects imposition of return to face-to-face classes
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SEP rejects imposition of return to face-to-face classes

Mexico City.- The Ministry of Public Education (SEP) rejected that any local and federal authority impose the return to face-to-face classes on June 7 and reiterated that the resumption of activities is voluntary, with the fulfillment of the sanitary measures and in agreement with the school community of each campus. “There is no imposition on the return to classes by any authority, local and federal, and the safety and integrity of teachers is always respected., teachers, fathers and mothers, as well as the students, "he said.It is a response, said the SEP, to a group of teachers who demonstrated this Thursday outside the offices of the agency, in the Historic Center, who identified themselves as Our Class Magisterial and Normalist Group. "The SEP clarifies that it is not mandatory to acq...
Acuña parents ask for a “cat’s hand” to be given to the schools
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Acuña parents ask for a “cat’s hand” to be given to the schools

Acuña.- Parents are with conflicting opinions regarding the return to classes in person, on the one hand, some regretted that in the municipality no school has been taken into account for the return and on the other hand, some think that there are no conditions for it.The previous week they announced that most of the schools look abandoned, many with broken glass from the last hailstorm, a lot of boil because they have not been cleaned since the pandemic began and many others with deficiencies in their drinking water and electricity facilities.Rosa María Martínez, mother of a student from the Niños Héroes kindergarten, said that since the pandemic began, no one has stopped, nor has she been called to give "a cat's hand" to the school.“In these conditions we do not believe that it is appro...
Teachers returning to schools, with the sixth worst paid job in the country
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Teachers returning to schools, with the sixth worst paid job in the country

According to the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (IMCO), primary and preschool education professionals have the seventh position at the national level for the lowest paid careers in Mexico.The data reported to the IMCO indicate that these professionals have an average income of 9,947 pesos throughout the country, ranking only above the sixth worst paid position, occupied by professionals in preschool teacher training, which is nine thousand 952 pesos.In detail, the IMCO says that the other five positions that are prioritized as the worst paid before teacher training at primary and pre-school level, are others related to the educational issue itself.In the first position is educational guidance and counseling, which has an average monthly income of 7,874 pesos, and then there are fore...
Licenses for public employees with children in virtual schooling are extended 10 days
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Licenses for public employees with children in virtual schooling are extended 10 days

The national government today ordered the granting of licenses until May 21 for public sector workers with children or adolescents under 14 years of age who must undertake virtual schooling, in areas that are in epidemiological alarm, within the framework of current restrictions due to the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic in the country.Through Administrative Decision 463/2021, signed by the Chief of Staff, Santiago Cafiero, and published today in the Official Gazette, it is prescribed that such licenses may be provided regardless of the form of legal connection to the provision of labor and / or personal services with the national public sector.The beneficiaries must be in charge of children or adolescents under 14 years of age who m...
They will deliver netbooks to high school students and the investment will be around $ 20,000 million
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They will deliver netbooks to high school students and the investment will be around $ 20,000 million

President Alberto Fernandez will announce today the launch of the Juana Manso Federal Plan that, with an investment of $ 20,000 million, will provide 633,000 netbooks to high school students across the country to give them access to connectivity.Priority will be given to establishments with students who have had little or no pedagogical continuity in 2020, and the distribution will begin in those provinces with a lower socioeconomic level, and with a higher percentage of disconnected students.The initiative, which will be presented together with the Minister of Education, Nicolas TrottaIt will also include teacher training and a federal educational platform that will allow the creation of virtual classrooms.The plan will begin with a first d...