The Minister of Education and the Mayor of Moratalla visit the IES Pedro Garcia Aguilera in which 111 students study different degrees of FP
The Ministry of Education, Culture and Universities will offer 6,000 seats Basic Training next year and implement new titles of this teaching, such as the Forestry and Natural Environment.
Indeed, this title is scheduled deployment in the IES Pedro Garcia Aguilera de Moratalla, this morning visited the Minister of Education, Culture and Universities, Pedro Antonio Sánchez, and the mayor of the municipality, Antonio García, for a meeting with management and teachers of the center in which 111 students cursas varying degrees of FP.
During this course, more than 2,500 students have begun to attend one of the 13 titles offered FP Basic Counselling and which are intended for those students seeking a more practical training and according to their needs and desires profesionales.De Indeed, this new form of vocational training allows young people to get a degree in a professional branch you are interested and accessing the average degrees of FP, contributing to academic success and prevent early school leaving.
"In high school But Garcia Aguilera we launched the degree of Basic Training Electrical and Electronics and next year will include other important careers in towns like Moratalla, as is the Forestry and Natural Environment, in our initiative FP smart specialization. We want the Vocational feed vocations, no frustration, "said director Pedro Antonio Sánchez.
The holder of Education reported on new data released today by the Ministry of Education on early school leaving and continue to decline in the Murcia region above the national average.
While on the set of Spain the average number of decline was 1.7 points during 2014, in the region the decrease was 2.2.
Lowering of 16.5 points since 2008
In 2008 the rate of early school leaving in Murcia was 40.6 percent, while according to the latest official data of the Ministry, in 2014 stood at 24.1, representing a reduction of 16.5 points, one of the outcomes of major improvement in Spain.
Also the distance to the national average is still shortening, and last year was 2.2, compared to 2.7 points in 2013. The early school leaving in Spain stood at 21.9 and since 2008 is down 9.8 points, with the improvement experienced in the Region of Murcia 6.8 points higher in the period 2008-2014.
"We continue to work to improve our results with the collaboration of the entire educational community and town councils, but there is still much work to do and continue to advance the implementation of the II Regional Plan to Prevent Truancy and Dropout and better education with the '+ Educational Quality + School Success'' strategy, said the Minister Pedro Antonio Sánchez.
The II Regional Plan for Prevention, Monitoring and Control of absenteeism and early school leaving launched by the Ministry of Education provides almost fifty actions for integrated action that promotes school success, with the involvement of the various administrations and entire teaching community.
Among the actions of this Plan implemented during the past year are 21 informative prevention campaigns, raising awareness against truancy;
workshops in 69 schools;
82 workshops educational intervention aimed at secondary students;
and over 100 schools parents in the various municipalities and schools in the Region of Murcia.