PP and VOX accused of ‘bartering’ with children’s education

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A federation of parent associations in Ibiza accuses political parties of “negotiating” with the education of their children. The federation opposes the language negotiations between the People’s Party (PP) and VOX, stating that education should not be influenced by political interests. They believe that the education system should ensure knowledge of both official languages by the end of mandatory education. The federation also expresses concern about the consequences of proposed language policies and opposes student segregation based on language choice.

5 Things You Need To Know

– The Federation of Parent Associations in Ibiza accuses political parties of “negotiating” with education, opposing language negotiations between the People’s Party (PP) and VOX.
– The federation believes that the education system should ensure knowledge of both official languages by the end of mandatory education.
– They express concern about the consequences of language policies that limit language choice and oppose student segregation based on language.
– The federation argues that language choice can only be implemented through student segregation or duplicating the number of teachers, both of which have negative consequences on social cohesion.
– The federation is against both student segregation and the duplication of teachers in classrooms, stating that neither option is acceptable and that resources should not be dedicated to partisan interests.

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