The Andalusian councilor sees a "nonsense" Vox's plan for education

The Minister of Education of Andalusia, Sonia Gaya, has described as "nonsense" and "nonsense" Vox's proposal that educational competencies return to the State and has said that all communities, be they party, defend the competencies in essential public services.

Gaya is convinced of this, that all parties and autonomies are against this proposal, because this is what all the councilors have said in the Sectoral Conference on Education, convened today by Minister Isabel Celaá to explain her reform of the law to repeal the Lomce.

"There is a misunderstood concept that the more we homogenize inequality in this way, the better we do it and it is the opposite, we have to move towards a more individualized attention and to know our community and its needs very well," he argued.

In the meeting of the counselors with the minister is discussing the draft bill, but the Andalusian councilor wanted to focus part of his speech on the importance of equality in the education of children and there he referred to the conditions of Vox to support a government chaired by the PP.

"We thought we had overcome a series of issues, but apparently we have not overcome them because the problem is not that a party like Vox can have these approaches, but that there are other parties that listen to them. the counselor has recriminated.

The PSOE in Andalusia, according to his words, will fight so that there is no setback in equality and for that, in his opinion, we must begin with education and eliminate any type of discrimination that may lead to any type of violence .

One of the proposals of Vox, besides returning the educational competences to the State, is the defense of "differentiated education" that is to say, separated by sexes, in the public school.

These Vox proposals are occupying part of the meeting even though they are not included in the draft bill that Celaá is explaining to the councilors.

However, Gaya has shown his surprise at the "very negative" position of the "popular" on the draft, since many proposals discussed in the education pact have been collected and it is still a document that "can continue to be enriched", always "who wants to pitch in," he concluded.


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