The attached spokesman of the Popular Parliamentary Group and responsible for education policies, Sandra Moneo, has indicated that "it is evident" that the curricular development is doing with the new education law, the LOMLOE, is "Introducing the ideology in the classrooms".
This has been manifested on Tuesday responsible for PP education policies, in reference to the Government's proposal to the Autonomous Communities so that the primary education stage promotes gender equality, education for peace, education for the Responsible consumption and sustainable development and education for health, including affective-sexual.
This proposal consists in the draft of the Royal Decree project establishing the ordination and minimum teachings of primary education, which covers three cycles of two years academics each, which are from 6 to 12 years of age.
The document has been referred from the Ministry of Education to the different counseling of the branch for study and subsequent debate. Thus, the draft establishes that, from all areas, special attention will be made to guidance, emotional education and values and to the empowerment of significant learning that promotes autonomy and reflection.
"The Government strips the parents of responsibility as the first responsible for the education of their children, a right that confers the Spanish Constitution itself," has stressed Moneo.
In its article 27, as explained by the popular, the Constitution says that "parents have the right to receive religious and moral formation according to their own convictions."
For the spokeswoman of the PP, "It is evident" that for the Government of Pedro Sánchez "the youngest of concerns is to raise the quality of the educational system but that its only intentionality was to seize education and develop a curriculum according to its own values and convictions ".
"Theirs, not those of all or those who develop the Spanish Constitution itself," has sentenced the person responsible for pp's education policies.Date Of Update: 10 August 2021, 08:25