El cole de papel
Más de 3.000 escolares de los 52 colegios públicos, privados y concertados más implicados que participaron en el Concurso Escolar de cada provincia nos enviaron sus ideas sobre cómo prevenir, detectar y abordar el acoso escolar.
Con ellas se ha elaborado este Acróstico contra el acoso escolar en diferentes idiomas. Javier Ruescas, BookTuber y joven autor de las conocidas trilogías ‘Los Cuentos de Bereth y Play’ y ganador del Premio Hache de Literatura Juvenil 2015, se ha inspirado en estas aportaciones para crear este texto contra el acoso escolar.
Ser diferente es sencillo; a la hora de la verdad, es inevitable. Lo difícil es admitirlo, aceptarlo y animar a los demás a hacer lo mismo.Y realmente, esto no es una mala noticia. Es brillante. Lo que ocurre es que algunas personas tienen miedo de lo que no entienden, y esto puede convertirse en rabia y resentimiento. El acoso.
Reírse de la gente que lo intenta también es fácil. O puedes mirar hacia otro lado e ignorar el hecho de que todos estamos luchando nuestras propias batallas. Por eso sólo los valientes se atreven a hacerlo, y a ayudar a otros que son diferentes también.Porque es fácil correr con la manada, perderse en la multitud, desaparecer, intentar ser invisible, pasar desapercibido.
Schools around Logrono, Spain
Containers filled with pencils in one of the classrooms of the newly built Les Arts school during the first day of the 2021-2022 school year in the Valencian Community, on September 8, 2021, in Valencia, Valencian Community. – Jorge Gil / Europa Press
Elena Cid, general director of CICAE, has denounced that with «the excuse of underfunding» these centers resort to a variety of «irregular practices». The problem begins with transparency and with the difficulties that families suffer to really know the money they will have to pay and the conditions in which the students will be if they do not pay the requested fees.
Perhaps the first doubt is to the use in title of separar or segregar. There are those who find it appropriate or annoying to use segregar instead of separar (the issue of backing with sentences is discussed below)
You can see it is synonymous to separate someone, and that it links for cultural reasons, so I think that using it is correct and that if someone finds it wrong because it suggests connotations is his problem. In this post I could use segregate, but I use separate for brevity and because it is one of the ways in which it is called in UNESCO convention 1960, although there it also appears explicitly called «sex discrimination».
Looking for references, I find that in  it indicates that in 1984 all schools became coeducational, although it cites an incorrect BOE. So I try to find a safe reference by researching on a safe data which is my school, and I find this one that quotes it and indicates that the units were already mixed in 1984.
Going back further, I find in which regulation the units became coeducational at my school, and it coincides with the fact that I remembered that the 1982-1983 school year was the first school year that was coeducational for me.
Colegio concertado compañía de maría la enseñanza 2021
The Foundation has as its particular purpose: The formation and permanent Christian education of children and youth and the promotion and dissemination of Christian values as an integral part of the parish pastoral among the members of the different educational communities of its educational centers.
The parochial centers have a profile of the teaching staff that is detailed in the Internal Regulations and that is concretized in the Christian being committed to the type of person that emanates from the Gospel. This profile is applied to the hiring of the center’s personnel.
The educational centers of the Foundation, being parochial, have an institutionalized religious assistance service for students who wish to make use of it, which is attended by the parish priest or the priest to whom he delegates.
By Order of September 14, 2001, the change of ownership was authorized and it was transferred to the Fundación de Escuelas Parroquiales, located at Plaza Párroco Carlos Rodríguez Baena, 1, in Seville.