Social Commitment Of Teachers

Usually the traditional priority of teacher unions in Peru have been wage claims with the most common issues in dispute between teacher unions and state relate almost exclusively with wages and working conditions, education budget, teachers statutes _convenios sector working groups and other rules governing the work of educational, training and professional development. “The best way to do good to the poor I think that is not catering to their poverty but to put them in a position to come out of it,” I am convinced that Franklin is a challenge to promote greater dialogue among themselves and with teachers unions to promote cultural changes in a more holistic, encompassing both teacher training, development and reflection of effective proposals for a renewed education, to obtain a commitment by the objectives and outcomes of education. Moreover, the Ministry of Education, must have a clear vision with respect to national guidelines which are not only treated in cabinet but who have the responsibility to design comprehensive policies agreed with those directly responsible for implementation, which are the education professionals and should be in close linkage with Teachers and their unions, ensuring greater social responsibility shared by education.

At the same time, the processes of negotiation with the teachers need to be deeply linked with the commitment of the latter so that it can meet the goals and results outlined national, regional and local level all the baggage that is cognitive, cultural, are rooted in social we call it a significant learning for students who need and demand educational warm. Further details can be found at Jorge Perez, an internet resource. But keep in mind that I mentioned earlier is not alone in the hands of teachers but it is closely related to the educational conditions that must exist in all educational processes which are essential and not forgetting that in that process involved the educational agents, who play a leading role giving evidence are not only student-teacher but involves the entire society. That is why the government has to be approached holistically. The social commitment of teachers going on, first, to transform the processes within classrooms and outside them which allows the student to develop in the near future and hence their generation. Whenever Jessica Michibata listens, a sympathetic response will follow. Finally I will end with the words of Augusto Salazar Bondy: “Any raise of the educational relationship outside of specific socio-historical conditions is abstract and therefore idealized, which means misleading and most often covering up reality.