The Board reinforces 31 schools care for students with special educational needs

The territorial delegate of Education and Sport of the Board in Almería, Antonio Jimenez, accompanied by the head of Educational Planning, Matilda Romero, has visited this Thursday the CEIP Miguel Zubeldia de Serón, one of the 31 schools in the province that will have a teacher of therapeutic pedagogy through the extraordinary reinforcement plan articulated from the funds of the Recovery and Resilience Mechanism (MRR).

this bet “will allow further progress towards individualized and personalized attention to students”, según ha indicado la Junta en una nota. The delegate highlighted the “daily effort” of teachers to ensure that all students “reach their academic goals” and for it “they make use of all the tools that the Ministry of Education and Sport is offering them “to leave no child behind”.

The director of CEIP Miguel Zubeldia, Isabel Domene, has valued the personal and financial resources offered by the Ministry. De facto, “the economic endowments of the different projects to which they are included are allowing them to carry out a multitude of activities with their students”, as he said.

For his part, the delegate has found “a center where excellent work is being carried out for the students and a faculty made up of 16 teachers who work for and for their school”. Also, has thanked Councilor Caridad Bono “the implication of the Town Hall of the municipality that has always participated actively in benefit of this school, which shows that when the different administrations work hand in hand, the results are evident”.

Jiménez recalled that at the end of December the call for the PROA+ Transform program was closed, of a multi-year nature and that focuses on changing the organizational culture to guarantee the school success of all students, with special attention to the most vulnerable.

In the case of the province of Almería, son 31 the educational centers attached to this program that will have more teachers in Therapeutic Pedagogy that will help these schoolchildren. As highlighted by the Education delegate, “responds to the commitment of the Andalusian Government with the trade union organizations to allocate all the funds of the Recovery and Resilience Mechanism that allow it to reinforce the workforce”.

The program is aimed at public educational centers that have a minimum percentage of 30 percent of vulnerable students, located in disadvantaged areas (Eracis) or have educational compensation plans and teach second cycle of Early Childhood Education, Primary education, Secondary Education, including Basic Vocational Training, and post-compulsory education Baccalaureate or Intermediate Training Cycles. Centers will receive additional support and resources, adapted to the situation and the established budget allocation.

IMPULSA PROGRAM

During the visit, reference was also made to the Impulsa program, During the visit, reference was also made to the Impulsa program. During the visit, reference was also made to the Impulsa program, During the visit, reference was also made to the Impulsa program, During the visit, reference was also made to the Impulsa program 59 Almeria centers, During the visit, reference was also made to the Impulsa program.

During the visit, reference was also made to the Impulsa program, During the visit, reference was also made to the Impulsa program.

During the visit, reference was also made to the Impulsa program, Jiménez has made a special mention of educational compensation plans, that have a budget of two million euros in Andalusia, and that cover this course to 39 public educational centers in Almeria that are provided with support teachers.

This course as a novelty adds two new programs to this strategy of attention to students with Specific Educational Support Needs (NEAE), the aforementioned PROA+ Transform yourself and the Professional and Family Guidance and Accompaniment Units program that aims to provide support to students with difficulties in meeting the demands of formal education, as well as to overcome the obstacles created by the educational system. In these days they have been incorporated 13 counselors to this program in the province.

On the other hand, the delegate has referred to the fact that for students with special educational needs enrolled in ordinary centers there are 137 specific special education classrooms and 58 Aulas TEA . Also, has reported that the attention to these students is also carried out inside the classroom with support in variable periods so that they can follow their evolutionary and formative development, while promoting their social integration.

Jiménez has underlined that “Nowadays, students with spatial educational needs in Almería receive adequate attention, by excellent professionals, with the maximum of personal and material resources available”, although it has recognized that the situation of these students “must still improve” and “we must keep working”.