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UNESCO accepts Ejidense's proposals to reduce educational inequalities

The covid-19 pandemic presented enormous challenges to educational systems.

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UNESCO accepts Ejidense's proposals to reduce educational inequalities

The covid-19 pandemic presented enormous challenges to educational systems. It highlighted their weaknesses and inequalities in terms educational opportunity between countries.

UNESCO published "Dialogues for a New Social Contract for Educational Development" in November 2021. Options to Reimagine our Futures Together This report is a guideline that provides ideas and actions for transforming culture.

The book also includes Almeria as a chapter. It is the reason that one chapter of this important document contains the reflections and suggestions of a group from the SEK Alboran School.

This is how the "Global Citizenship and Social Innovation" project attempts to engage students in their learning. Students learn and then act on real-world issues to improve their environment.

The students involved in the project presented a case study on a local problem, such as the multiculturalism in Poniente Almeriense schools, El Ejido and Almeria. .

They used the case method to develop the project. This is a method in which a real-life case from the community is presented to reflect a global problem and to investigate to create a social innovation strategy to address the problem.

They formulated their thesis and a method for solving the case. Later, they planned their investigation which included a documentary investigation. Finally, they conducted a field investigation that allowed them to interview all of the people involved in the case.

This allowed for contact and collaboration with several educational centers in the Ejido municipal. Ines Blasco from Santa Maria del Aguila, Pedro Lozano, director at the IES Francisco Montoya, Las Norias; Margarita Cobacho director of CEIP Mirasierra de Las Norias with her team, and Delia Mira, the Councilor for Social Services and Equality in the El Ejido City Council.

The students also contacted other education centers in the province, such as Alberto Milan, director of the Virgen de la Chanca School, Almeria, and Paola Laynez, councilor for Almeria City Council's Family, Equality and Citizen Participation areas.

International Congress

This project was also a collaboration between the Sek Alboran students and the SEK Educational Institution's 'I International Student Congress'. The Congress, which took place from May 17-19, saw students from the Sek Alboran international schools in Madrid, Almeria, Dublin, Ireland, Colegio San Jose de las Vegas, Medellin and other countries, engage in dialogues and discussions on education as a response to the Unesco report 'The Future of Education'.

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