This Friday the most mediatic university entrance exams (EBAU) in recent years have ended. They coincide with the only school year that has been fully developed in a pandemic, since last year the confinement covered only the last three months. The restrictions were much tougher then and the EBAU was treated almost like a pilot experiment that ended with a happy ending: no contagion among the 300,000 attendees or complications derived from being present. In addition to the masks, the gel and the safety distance, the COVID-19 has brought changes that have been maintained this year and that in some cases has the prospect of consolidating.
Thousands of temporary teachers fear returning to precariousness due to the foreseeable rise in classroom ratios