05-29-2019 | Cs
The deputy of Cs considers 'aberrant' that there are schools that in their linguistic projects that indicate 'that the students will never be spoken in Spanish'
"It is a shame that families have to go to court to claim the rights of their children." This has been said by the deputy of Citizens (Cs), Sonia Sierra, when asking the Minister of Education, Josep Bargalló, about the breach of the linguistic rights of Catalan students. Sierra recalled that "by law, the educational system in Catalonia has as vehicular languages Catalan, Spanish and Aranese" and, on the contrary, "in the vast majority of schools does not teach any non-linguistic subject in Spanish" .
The deputy has considered "aberrant" that there are schools with linguistic projects indicated "that students will never be spoken in Castilian" and recalled that the conselleria "does not comply with the law because when families go to court the Government loses " He has indicated that "the inspectors of the department validate projects that break the law" and reminded Bargalló that "his duty as conseller is to guarantee the rights of all students, which he is not doing".