El pasado miércoles The Wall Street Journal ha publicado una noticia sobre los recortes en educación en España, poniendo el énfasis en la rebaja del número profesores mientras crece el de alumnos.
Spain’s New Math: More Students, Fewer Teachers
By ILAN BRAT and CRISTINA JIMÉNEZ
MADRID—Spain’s teachers are preparing to start classes with longer working hours, more students and fewer colleagues, as the country’s budget cuts begin to take hold in its educational system.
The number of students in Spain’s public elementary and secondary schools has climbed to 6.2 million, from 6.04 million in the 2010-11 school year, according to the Education Ministry. For the first time in at least 14 years, meanwhile, the number of teachers there has fallen—down by 0.5% this year, to 525,078.