The Government of Isabel Díaz Ayuso called the regional elections in the Community of Madrid on a working day, next Tuesday, May 4. The Ministry of Education announced that, given the electoral legislation, that day is considered “non-teaching in all non-university educational centers”, many of which will be voting spaces that day. In public centers, the 4M has the “same consideration as a holiday,” they explain from the Ministry, so that teachers do not have to work and the day does not have to be made up. On the other hand, in the private sector this criterion is not always being applied, warn the unions. “We have many inquiries from workers, especially from nursery schools, who are required to recover hours from that day, they want to deduct that day from the payroll, or even take a day off,” explains Raquel López, from CCOO Teaching.
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