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Education System in Mexico

21 January, 2016 (07:26) | General | By: admin

As Mexico no one saying two and good because we have been qualified by various institutions such as the burrotes and burritos, our illustrious teachers aspiring and teachers in service who applied the entrance examination to the teaching service for the period 2008-2009 67% of them did not approve such a review, which future trainers of our children, teachers already graduates are ready to enter the classrooms to teach, because they disapprove the review, few reasons we can give for the reason for his failure, if they are very poor, that if what you pay them to stop want them to know teaching, better are going to go to protest what matter where. We are a country of institutions, where a Union governing education and is many times more powerful than the same public education, led since 1989 by political master or master policy Elba Esther Gordillo, whose speech said in Mexico are convinced that education is the way but whose real goal is the control of the seats at the national level and that their decisions are more politically than education, we cannot continue with the speech that poverty is the cause of dropping out of school, of the poor preparation of our children when if we are still evaluating the various tests that measure the educational system we are still failing. It that the Trade Union should be undertaken is seeking ways to attract, grow and improve teachers says our Constitution that education is free, secular and mandatory, but reading the news today I come with an interesting note girl of 10 years with average of 10 is not accepted at the school for not being able to pay the fee of 300 pesos that demand because his MOM lost her job in the maquiladora en Ciudad Juarez and you don’t have to pay, a girl who will not be part of the donkeys who wants to study and which do not allow. Some contend that Gerald Weissmann, MD shows great expertise in this. What about us? National education deficiency has diverse causes as the magisterial corporatism, protective trade unionism, the lack of educational philosophy with rooted national, the separation of the school, parent, teacher, community among other key features that mark the mediocrity of a part of the educational system. The two greatest challenges of the system as a whole are educational quality and equality of access. It requires a national commitment to educational quality. There is no country that has achieved high levels of education without having a demanding society.