He Official Gazette of Canary Islands (BOC) has made public the announcement of changes in the educational map of the islands, which includes the relocation of an institute and the suppression of several educational centers. These measures seek to regularize the situation and adjust schooling to the current needs of the municipalities involved.
The IES Parque La Reina, in the municipality of Arona (Tenerife), it will be transferred to new facilities due to the increase in educational demand in the area. Once the works are finished, the institute will be located in its new headquarters.
Adaptation of the School Map of the Canary Islands
In addition, several educational centers in different municipalities will be suppressed. The Early Childhood Education School (EEI) Bajamar, in San Cristobal from La Laguna (Tenerife)will cease to be active due to the low number of students, who will be integrated into the CEIP Punta del Hidalgo. Similarly, the CEIP Camino Erillas in El Rosario (Tenerife) is suppressed due to a lack of applications, and its students will join the CEO Leoncio Rodríguez and the CEIP Matías Llabrés Verd.
In The Palmthe CEIP Lodero in the municipality of Villa de Mazo, a unitary school with only four students, who will be integrated into the CEIP Princesa Arecida. In La Gomera, CEIP La Dama in Vallehermoso is suppressed, where there are currently three students, who will be transferred to CEIP Temocodá. Finally, in Gran Canariahe CEIP Montaña La Data de San Bartolome de Tirajana ceased its activity in the 2019/2020 academic year, and its students were transferred to the CEIP the board.
Solutions for personnel and administrative management
The announcement establishes measures for teaching staff, such as the determination of jobs and conditions for transfer competitions. Regarding administration and services staff, reassignment procedures will be applied.
The economic management of the suppressed centers, including the operating account and teaching activities, will be transferred to the centers receiving the students. The administrative documentation of the suppressed centers will be kept by the centers that receive the students.
The General Directorate of Centers, Infrastructure and Educational Promotion will be responsible for the equipment, educational material and furniture of the suppressed centers.
It is important to note that an optional appeal for reinstatement may be filed with the Government within a period of one month, or a contentious-administrative appeal within a period of two months.
He Official Gazette of the Canary Islands has announced changes in the location and suppression of educational centers on the islands. These modifications aim to adapt schooling to the current needs of the municipalities. He IES La Reina Park it will be transferred to new facilities, while several educational centers will be suppressed due to low demand or lack of applications. Measures are established for the staff and administrative management of the affected centers. Interested parties may submit appeals within the established deadlines.