Education Agrees To Maintain Funding For Special Education Colleges For 10 Years

Education Agrees To Maintain Funding For Special Education Colleges For 10 Years

Education agrees to maintain funding for special education colleges for 10 years. Alegría made that promise in an interview on Antena 3.

The Minister of Education, Pilar Alegría, pledged this Friday to maintain the financing of special education schools for 10 years, as set out in the Organic Law of Modification of the LOE (Lomloe).

Alegría made that promise in an interview on Antena 3 , collected by Servimedia, in which he acknowledged that the education of children with disabilities causes him “a lot of unease.”

For this reason, he proclaimed that “in these two years that I have left in the legislature I am going to do my best to ensure that what the law says on this issue is applied.”

He argued that what the law raises “is that children with educational needs due to their disability who want to attend public school do so with the best possible resources and that children with disabilities who want to continue in special centers can continue there.”

Finally, he pointed out that “funding for special education schools will not be cut in the next 10 years,” as established by the Lomloe approved by his predecessor, Isabel Celaá.

Education agrees to maintain funding for special education colleges for 10 years. Alegría made that promise in an interview on Antena 3.

The Minister of Education, Pilar Alegría, pledged this Friday to maintain the financing of special education schools for 10 years, as set out in the Organic Law of Modification of the LOE (Lomloe).

Alegría made that promise in an interview on Antena 3 , collected by Servimedia, in which he acknowledged that the education of children with disabilities causes him “a lot of unease.”

For this reason, he proclaimed that “in these two years that I have left in the legislature I am going to do my best to ensure that what the law says on this issue is applied.”

He argued that what the law raises “is that children with educational needs due to their disability who want to attend public school do so with the best possible resources and that children with disabilities who want to continue in special centers can continue there.”

Finally, he pointed out that “funding for special education schools will not be cut in the next 10 years,” as established by the Lomloe approved by his predecessor, Isabel Celaá.

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