The Chamber joins to favor Canarian teachers in the stabilization of teachers

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The different parliamentary groups have proposed, for this, a personal interview on Canarian content

EFE Santa Cruz of Tenerife

The Canarian Parliament has unanimously agreed to ask the Autonomous Government that in the merit contest for
stabilize teachers one is included
personal interview about History and Geography of the Canary Islands with the aim of avoiding a possible "avalanche" of opponents from other communities.

This proposal was based on a non-law proposal from the Popular group defended by the deputy Lorena Hernández, who has accepted a joint amendment from the Agrupación Socialista Gomera, Sí Podemos and PSOE to propose to the Government that it coordinate with the rest of the autonomous communities to
match tests “in a timely manner”.

The objective is that a test that requires physical presence and a
minimum knowledge of Canarian content dissuade "the call effect" to opponents from other autonomous communities, which may prevent providing stability to more than 4,300 Canarian teachers, Lorena Hernández stressed.

In this regard, Hernández has affirmed that concern has been generated among the candidates in
temporary situation by establishing in the decree that regulates the tests that the score for teaching experience is limited to 10 years, with a maximum of 7 points out of 15 points for the total assessment of their merits.

In addition, for each year of teaching experience in other specialties of the same body to which one chooses, 0.350 points are valued in public centers, and for each year of teaching experience in other specialties of other bodies different from the one chosen, 0.125 points.

Likewise, the possibility is contemplated that "in the autonomous communities with a co-official language, the educational administrations will establish the way to accredit" their knowledge "and the specialties of the Canary Islands have not been taken into account, where Compulsory Secondary Education, together with Primary Education constitute basic education«.

He pointed out that the curriculum provides for the subject of
History and Geography of the Canary Islands as an ideal complement in the global process of training students as critical citizens, with the ability to have developed a historical and geographical awareness "of the changing reality in which they have had to live and, consequently, perfectly prepared to contribute to the construction of a more equal and just world.

It is a subject whose lines revolve around the Canarian archipelago in its double aspect as an object of knowledge and as a context for the development of learning, added Lorena Hernández.

«With it, our students are encouraged to learn to value the local within the global framework, from a
multicultural perspective of reality and historical projection of the Canary Islands and with a methodology of experimentation and pedagogical innovation, aimed at favoring cognitive conflict, overcoming topics and critical analysis, based on classroom practices focused on communicative interaction and group reflection processes« , he has asserted.

Beatriz Calzada, from the Canarian Nationalist group, has assured that the Canary Islands are not "armored" because "of an arrogant government that has prepared this process ignoring the autonomous communities", and has asked the Canarian executive to assert the singularities of the archipelago to protect interim staff.

For the Gomera Socialist Group, Melodie Mendoza has considered that the matter is complex, because
the ideal would be to "shield 4,633 places" for temporary teachers and Francisco Déniz, from Sí Podemos Canarias, has been pleased with the PP's sensitivity regarding "our idiosyncrasy and culture", something that teachers should know to prevent "foreign" teachers from making corrections to their students in this area.

Ana González, from the Socialist group, has expressed her concern that a
personal interview is not very operative and can be challenged, and has proposed as an alternative that once the opposition contest has passed, the opponents who have passed carry out a module on the natural and historical heritage of the Canary Islands that is evaluable, and therefore must be passed in order to be an intern official .

For the Mixed group Vidina Espino has warned that the Canary Islands offer more than 5,000 places to which any teacher from the rest of the country with more than 10 years of experience can choose, while Canarian opponents cannot go to regions where it is required the knowledge of a co-official language, a situation of disadvantage against which «protection mechanisms» must be put in place.

Carmen Hernández, from Nueva Canarias, has perceived "a clear risk that hundreds or thousands of teachers from all over the Spanish territory decide to come to the Canary Islands" and
endanger the real stabilization of Canarian teachers and has supported the application of a mechanism to discourage "that avalanche that the Canary Islands cannot afford, because it would be disregarding the accumulated experience", which in his opinion is better accomplished if all the opposition processes are made to coincide at the same time in all the autonomous communities.

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