The Mayor of Mula, Juan Jesús Moreno, together with the Councilor for Education, Diego Boluda, have held a meeting with the directors of the public educational centers of our districts and the city, to address issues that concern the management teams so much.
like the Town Hall.After carrying out a joint analysis on the current situation, the instructions that the Ministry of Education and Health have published regarding the restoration of face-to-face educational activity from next academic year 2020-21 have been evaluated.
In these instructions, the Ministry of Education has delegated to the municipalities the responsibility for the demanding reinforcement of cleaning and disinfection throughout the school year, assuming a very important economic and personal effort, since the cleaning and disinfection of the center is required At least three times throughout the school day, cleaning of knobs, walkways, shared rooms, among others.
The mayor has transferred to the directors who, from the City of Mula, in the absence of foresight,consensus and joint agreements between both administrations, will do everything in their power, within the possibilities of this, so that the students of our centers and the teaching and non-teaching staff of the same can work with the best hygienic conditions- sanitary.Likewise, the mayor has expressed that “being the municipal responsibility to clean educational centers and we have always assumed this and have been doing so, we understand that in an extraordinary situation such as this, in which schools require a contingency plan, we expected much more support from the Ministry of Education in this regard.
These required protocols have not taken into account the opinion or the situation of the local administration.
Now, from this Town Hall we will not leave the centers alone; Neither their management teams, nor their teachers nor their students.
»From the Government of Spain, 73 million euros have been earmarked for the specific Region of Murcia to teach the COVID-19 fund.
For this reason, from the Mula City Council we ask the Ministry of Education to allocate them to ensure the best conditions to carry out quality educational work, such as hiring staff to reduce ratios in classrooms, cleaning and disinfection.
of centers, dining room scholarships and study aids, etc.From the City Council of Mula we hope for greater planning and better management by the Autonomous Community, as well as asking that our Region allocate its own funds to complement the aid that comes from the State, aimed at preparing educational centers, as they have done a multitude of Autonomous Communities of Spain.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mula