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Education will carry out rapid tests on 40,000 Murcian students to detect learning difficulties

Education will carry out rapid tests on 40,000 Murcian students to detect learning difficulties La Opinión

The Ministry of Education will carry out rapid tests on 40,000 students in the 3rd year of Infant, 3rd Year of Primary and 1st year of ESO to find learning difficulties during changes of stage or teaching cycle. This will be able to facilitate the psycho-pedagogical attention of students, since these evaluations will free up 75% of working hours of councils that will be able to help more individual work in young people who present some lack of education.

The screens in the education centers are established in the new protocol of the Ministry, reported by La Opinión, which was born after the implementation of the new Lomloe Education Law, which reinforces inclusive education in the classrooms. This protocol will be combined with the implementation of assessments that will be done on children through the Early Community Attention Act, which will look for problems or intercept learning disorders before children enter the school system.

Early diagnosis has already been carried out in schools and institutions, and will be carried out over the next 90 days, as explained by the Minister of Education Víctor Marín, in the presence of the Council of Institutional Inclusion. “We need to strengthen the company of students with the greatest risk of vulnerability, promoting their personal and emotional safety throughout their education.”

Schools in the District will have digital screens in all their classrooms this year

This plan is accompanied by the support of staff guidance (21 more professionals who today join the staff that reaches 430 people) and personal guidance and family and company Units, which will have 15 more technical Professors of service to the Community. The activities of both profiles focus on 152 schools of Primary and Secondary Education.

In addition, 45 Listening and Language teachers and 18 Therapeutic Pedagogy teachers will soon be added who, together with the idea of ​​strengthening the students, will give a special training on cognitive accessibility to advise schools on the accessibility policy, which each center. must carry out In addition, they will have a Cognitive Accessibility Guide prepared by the Ministry of Full Inclusion and Education.

Reduction of school dropouts in several FP areas

The increase in vocational places next year (39,000 will be offered) will help, according to the Ministry of Education, to tackle the school shortage. The region of Murcia has the worst first school leaving rate in all of Spain, with 18.7% of young people between the ages of 18 and 24 who do not have an ESO qualification. Councilor Marín showed this Monday part of 1,309 vulnerable students due to the possible desertion of their studies, 95.13% of them managed to advance thanks to the support of councilors and counties.

Marín also highlighted the creation of new open schools in Institutions in Murcia, Cartagena and Lorca in the next academic year, spaces that have already been completed in 144 centers with more than a hundred units and care for almost a thousand young people.

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Other measures included in the plan are to adapt the regional regulations, which establish and control the educational response to the diversity of students, to adapt it to a care model based on the personal needs of students and not on the basis of students. .

A guide to cultivating mental health and social-emotional well-being will also be published, which will include training for both teachers and students; and training programs will be developed to detect possible behavior and lead to problems that disrupt the coexistence of the educational center.

Murcia leads the school dropout rate in Spain

The Family School will also offer talks on cyber security, social networks, inclusion and non-toxic addiction prevention, among other topics.

The project includes the creation of a Regional Forum for Educational Inclusion, together with the Committee of Representatives of Persons with Disabilities of the Region of Murcia (Cermi RM), to provide training support to people with special educational needs with disabilities registered in the Region. , the implementation of social and pedagogical awareness campaigns, specific training for teachers through the Center for Teachers and Resources (CPR) with topics such as inclusive methodology and the universal teaching system.

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