The school year has started this Monday with the refusal of the mothers and fathers of the students of CEO Ignacio Aldecoa de La Graciosa to attend class, as a sign of protest for the "commitment acquired and not fulfilled" by the Ministry of Education of the Canary Islands Government, which assured that at the beginning of the course, The center would have a teacher that prevents the regrouping of girls and boys.
Alicia Páez, councilor delegated on the island, shows her full support for the claim that the parents of all students have expressed, "since the Ministry has not kept his word," and reminds once again that from La Graciosa they will follow the "tireless struggle" to recognize its uniqueness, "regardless of the numbers do not add up".
"The inhabitants of the eighth island of the Canary Islands run out of patience, and in this case, they have been forced to inaugurate the new course in this way, unpleasant for children and parents, but totally necessary if they want to be heard by the government regional, which promised that the same teachers as the previous year would remain, and therefore, there would be no reduction of tutors or more groups of students from different courses, "he says in a note.
Therefore, it indicates that "the Teguise Government group trusts that this unfortunate incidence is solved on the day of this Tuesday, and that the school year can be developed without more surprises or setbacks, for the sake of children and their families ".
Paez advances that tomorrow Tuesday, first thing, will be at the door of the center with the affected families.