The candidate of training magenta fortunero Consistory criticized the "lack of motivation" of the government team to solve the problem of having schools in the last positions in matters of foreign language and Spanish
The candidate of Unión Progreso y Democracia (UPyD) mayor of Fortuna, Salvador Casamayor, criticized the "lack of commitment" of the government team to improve the level of students in the subjects of English and Spanish language.
In this sense, Casamayor stresses that, following the publication of Secondary Teachers Union (SEPES) of the diagnostic test in 2 of the ESO on these matters, "we are certain that being ranked 198 of 211 in English and in the 166th of 211 in Language, confirms that since our town has not carried out any action "towards improvement.
As Salvador Casamayor explains, "we want the Education is spearheading our future development."
"If we do not prepare our youth may not have opportunities in the labor market", and says it is committed to UPyD "take care of their educational success and Fortuna ensure better preparation for the future".
Finally, remarks that "if action is not taken from the Ministry of Regional Education, which is what is happening, we must act from our town demanding responsibilities and specific actions, which we see in the present Government of Fortuna, whose carelessness in This issue concerns me. "
Source: UPyD Región de Murcia