The socialist spokesperson, Laura Gil, will take a motion to the plenary tomorrow also claiming that the City Council offer the Regional Government municipal facilities to decongest the educational centers and ask the Ministry of Education to hire more teachers to reduce the ratios of the classrooms.The councilor and general secretary of the PSOE of San Javier, Laura Gil, has announced that tomorrow, Thursday, she will present an urgent motion in the municipal plenary session "as a last option for assistance so that the Consistory and the Regional Government implement the necessary measures that it requires.
the return to school in a pandemic situation such as COVID19, since they have not heeded the claims of the Socialist Party of the Region and the educational community ".Laura Gil will propose that the festivities of the municipal budget not yet spent be allocated to the protection needs of students within educational centers.
In addition, it will ask the mayor of San Javier that the City Council immediately offer the Autonomous Community municipal facilities that can be prepared to reduce the number of students per educational center if the Ministry of Education agrees to increase the number of teachers by 1,500 to reduce the ratio per classroom, taking advantage of the 73.8 million euros of the COVID-19 Fund that it will receive from the Government of Spain (and that the Regional Government has not yet explained how it will use).
"With the health and education of our boys and girls you cannot do politics", underlines the mayor."For us the neighbors of San Javier are above all.
Therefore, in the face of a context of growing contagions, we ask the mayor to put the interests of the municipality above those of his party, due to the need for public health" Gil added.Nursing hiring to attend educational centers and serological testsThe councilor explained that, likewise, she will request in plenary session to urge the Governing Council of the Autonomous Community to hire nursing personnel to reinforce primary care and provide assistance to educational centers in their areas of influence, in addition to conducting tests serological to the workers of these centers.The Socialists hope that the rest of the municipal groups will also support their request to the Autonomous Community to "collaborate with the San Javier City Council to defray the expenses derived from the necessary expansion of the cleaning service in the Infant and Primary Education centers that allows applying the protocols dictated by the regional administration ".
At the same time, the regional executive will be required to complement the digitization plan of the public educational centers in which the Government of Spain is working, ensuring that in the next year there will be no students from San Javier in the digital divide.
Source: PSOE San Javier