OLME’s reaction was provoked by the decision of the Ministry of Education regarding the distribution of high school textbooks in the summer.
“During the summer season, one day a week is set as a summer shift during which schools are open to deal with any emergencies that may arise,” she said in a statement.
For its part, the ministry is requesting the appointment of two people from high schools across the country to receive the high school textbooks for the next school year, which is scheduled to take place from 15 July to 5 August and possibly from 22 to 22 on August 31st. Three days before the delivery of the books there will be a telephone notification of those responsible for the date of receipt of the books from 08:00 to 14:00 and it is clarified that “the non-appointment of a manager and his / her absence from the day of receipt will means, among other things, that the books will be delivered to the school unit after the start of the school year “.
OLME points out that “in fact, some colleagues are required to be on alert all summer” and concludes: “Teachers will receive textbooks only during the days of summer service when all schools are open.”