The candidate of IU-Greens / Win Cieza warning that "the new Secondary Curriculum prevents students from the region have French as part of their basic training."
The candidate of IU-Greens / Win Cieza, Nerea Martínez, criticized the decision of the Ministry of Education of converting the French in elective thus depriving thousands of students murcianos a mainstay in their training.
And the second draft and high schools, as did the first, is relegated to the French subject to the condition voluntarily in seventh grade.
This, plus you'll have to compete with up to 4 matters most, makes it very difficult in some centers can bring up a group of this matter.
Through a press release, Nerea Martínez has denounced the multiple damages for the entire educational community will cause this irrational measure.
First, for students, for depriving them of knowledge of a language spoken by 200 million people on every continent and is the language of the country with which most trade is ours, in addition to the close cultural and historical having the two nations.
Secondly, because it has been shown in multiple studies that knowledge of a second foreign language is a clear factor in school success. "In addition, the fact that matter is mandatory for bilingual schools but not for the rest exacerbate already enormous inequalities of Murcia education system. "
"Moreover -HA Martinez stressed the teachers of French will also be affected by this measure. The elimination of many groups of French in secondary schools in the region have as immediate corollary the disappearance of dozens of jobs. Paradoxically , although the Council to condemn the strike many teachers of French, has called 5 places for the upcoming competitions in June. They should explain reasons or interests that have moved our politicians to approve two measures so obviously contradictory ".
Finally, Nerea Martínez concluded that "will be the company itself lose this measure as unfair, because inequalities will deepen with other countries and regions if they have French as a compulsory subject in their curricula, for schools will lose wealth so far contributed Francophone culture, and that is greatly limited employability skills of our youth, they have in France a place to find work and where to find business opportunities. "
Source: IU-verdes Cieza