The Minister of Education and Vocational Training (FP), Isabel Celaá, said today that there will be "some caution" so that a student can pass the Bachillerato with a suspense, as contemplated in the education reform being prepared by the Government.
"We are in this moment beginning the negotiation but we consider that the Baccalaureate is a time more inclined towards the University and not towards the child who is studying the Compulsory Secondary Education", said the minister.
He explained that it may be approved for "compensation", but has qualified that there will be "some caution" and the decision will be "always at the discretion of the Evaluation Commission" of the centers.
"Certainly, a person who has a subject that has not been satisfactorily approved may, after compensation, after being assessed by the corresponding commission, pass if it is considered that it does more good, a great favor or a benefit that does not pass", has argued
Celaá has indicated to the media during a recess of the meeting "+ Futuro + Progreso = + FP.The education that develops talent", inaugurated by the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, at the Museo del Prado.