The PSOE of Tíjola asks for more teachers for the school and the secondary school.

The Socialists present a motion to the plenary and ask for the support of the PP.

The Socialist Municipal Group in the Town Hall of Tíjola claims to the Government of Juanma Moreno a quality public education for the municipality and that passes, mainly and at this time, to increase the number of teachers in the school and high school to serve children who are trained in these public schools and who come from various municipalities in the region of Almanzora. “From the PSOE we echo the demands of the AMPA and support all the efforts that have been made from this association and from the school and we would like the PP government team to join us by signing a motion that we will present in the plenary session to go all together in our requests,” argued the socialist spokesman in Tíjola, Javier Fernández.

The case of this municipality is “one of many suffered by the province due to the neglect in the management of education by the Andalusian government of the PP”, as denounced by the Secretary General of the PSOE in Almeria and regional parliamentarian, Juan Antonio Lorenzo, who has travelled to the town to learn about the problems suffered by dozens of families. Specifically, in the public school Sagrado Corazón de Jesús “there is a lack of teachers to attend to students with special educational needs” and he has demanded Juanma Moreno and the Regional Minister for Educational Development to act “immediately”.

According to the socialist leaders, of the 254 students at the school, 33 have special needs attention to diversity, ranging from problems with language or academic performance to autism, Asperger’s or high abilities, but only have a teacher of Therapeutic Psychology (PT), who comes to school three days a week, because it also has to attend schools in the neighbouring municipalities of Olula del Río and Purchena. “It is impossible for one person to take on all the work involved in caring for 33 children with special educational needs,” described Javier Fernández, who stressed that the popular clamour in Tíjola is such that a collection of signatures has been carried out to urge the Regional Ministry of Educational Development to provide more staff for this school and nearly 2,000 signatures have already been collected.

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