Debate sin educación

Del debate entre los candidatos presidenciales poco cabía esperar en el tema educativo. Más allá de las capacidades oratorias de cada uno, sus pronunciamientos en la materia no alumbran nada extraordinario, mucho menos espectacular. Después del debate, la opacidad disminuye entusiasmos.

Becas para todos, inglés, mejores resultados en los exámenes, evaluación de profesores, internet y banda ancha son lugares comunes que evidencian una lánguida preocupación por la vitalidad de nuestro sistema educativo.

Unos más que otros, los cuatro estaban obligados. Los más directos, la ex secretaria de Educación Pública, quien por ese hecho tendría o podría llevar ventaja. No la mostró. El candidato del partido de las cúpulas magisteriales no fue original ni su propuesta en el debate se centró en el valor de la educación.

Hace treinta años las políticas educativas construidas en el sexenio de Miguel de la Madrid orientaron un rumbo que, con variaciones menores, continua a pesar de un cambio en el partido gobernante. Las políticas educativas se han plegado a las económicas, al modelo global de desarrollo, por eso la conducción no ha cambiado el horizonte, y por eso tampoco es esperable un giro en los próximos seis años.

Me gustaría estar rotundamente equivocado, pero hasta hoy creo que recogiendo las pocas ideas del pobre debate no se podría diseñar un proyecto educativo distinto, capaz de dar vida a otra educación, no solo para superar puntajes en las pruebas, sino para revitalizar la formación de nuestros niños y jóvenes. No en seis años, por supuesto, pero sí erigiendo las bases de una transformación que sólo puede concebirse transexenalmente.

¿Vamos a ser capaces o damos por perdido ya el primer tercio del siglo XXI?

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Comentarios

  1. Ricardo Ploneda 2°A dice:

    We may be able?, ¡yes!, unfortunately although we who choose the person who will lead, do not know really if they will do one of the four good thing.
    And we know because they let you know what you REALLY want todo or what, good if we know they want, «power and authority.»
    I honestly was not expecting much on the subject of education in the debate, because to be honest, only talk and talk for speech and not just specifically say something that will or IF it’s true.

  2. Luis Antonio Naranjo Mora 2B dice:

    In my opinion, none of the four candidates are fit to be president, almost all the candidates spoke about bad things of opponent, just one candidate spoke about small proposals that don’t reflect any change in education. Those four candidates are the best to take the presidency? I don’t want think about how we will live in the next six years.

  3. Ramon Francisco Martinez Velazquez 2°D dice:

    I personally think that none of the candidates to govern in the next six years are ready for it, is something that really feel angry because instead of going to excel and move back.
    May the winning candidate is able to do their job and the issue of education and strive to achieve significant improvements because only in this way improve the country having better citizens and people prepared to provide good things.

  4. Chan Ramirez Francisco Javier 2 B dice:

    I consider that is not enough to change of governors or our government. We must to be aware about the subject. That is true that education is a sensitive factor, for that reason we need to consider it like this. The scholarships help a lot to the students, but is it really true what they propose about supporting students?. We need to take conscience about the proposal and to believe in the facts not in the proposals people made.

  5. Alvaro Arellano Gálvez 2A dice:

    In my opinion in the debate the candidates were dedicated todestroying one another instead of throwing their best ideas.
    Ivan more than anything to take the other candidates botos gaining them bad things to one of them, which in part seme did very well for people to see and learn more about the candidates not only for their proposals.
    Although there was one that focused on whether their proposals and that this very well.
    We only hope that people have noticed something in this debate and reflect on who vote and make the best decision possible for a better Mexico.

  6. Jose Antonio Aguiar Palacios 2A dice:

    In my opinion it is customary to hear if the new education is better not to build a classroom will be to put a computer center. Now if we focus on the debate to put the issue of education if every candidate will say that this or that and will always be the same. For me to be honest did not expect much of the subject of education. And we go for the candidate who is better education for all they lack preparation.

  7. Luis Ricardo Hernández Rebolledo 2°A dice:

    I think you are right, the debate left little to talk about, candidates who just want to get the government and can not even express what they want to do. These are the candidates for our country? Fake! That is what q is, so I can not say that.

  8. Ivan Alejandro Vega Flores 2°A dice:

    It’s complicated, I did not hear either anything that was really worth…»keeping», on such an important event; however, I guess we can and should keep positive and work from our places to improve the educational system; we might not controll it all, but at least us, as students or teachers, have the power to do things right, and maybe, when seen by others, they’ll find it’s the right way to do things too.

  9. salvador hernandes francisco 2 °a dice:

    have the power to do things right, and maybe, when seen by others, they’ll find it’s the right way to do things too.
    For me to be honest did not expect much of the subject of education. And we go for the candidate who is better education for all they lack preparation.
    We need to take conscience about the proposal and to believe in the facts not in the proposals people made.

  10. María Lizbeth Ochoa Sarmienta 2B dice:

    was expected in the presidential debate, they forgot the reasons why they were really there, clearly it was noted that education was the least important, everything that they said was to attack each other or spoke only of society, insecurity, amongst other things.
    is really sad to see how the candidates are scrambling just to stay in power and not people.

  11. Miguel Leon Bautista 2A dice:

    Of course starting with the diversion of attention was the dress of the aide.

    Although many have thought the debate would be pure talk and talk without reaching a realistic response or comment.

    And always in the field of education, want to be better than others,the thing is, I believe? We let ourselves be convinced? I think we’re not only listening, but to act.

    It will be us who decide, but if there is someone who seriously worthour vote. What to do?

  12. Maria Dolores Adán Santillán 2°D dice:

    In my opinion I think that people who are presidential candidates promise to have a better country, in every respect but do not say how they will do and it really is important to know who we choose as president of our country because that decision will affect million people.
    Who want to improve education, get better technology but not in the right conditions to do all this … I really think you will meet.

  13. Madrigal Velasco Pedro 2°B dice:

    In my opinion I don’t see a good president in any of the candidates. Yes, they know how to talk but they doesn’t say anything clear. Nobody of seems to have a good plan to improve education in Mexico. However, no matter who is in “the top” we as students and teachers can make the difference, just by doing our labor the best we can.

  14. Jonathan Andres Llamas Cruz 2B dice:

    Debate was only a rain of accusations from each ones to others. Education wasn’t taked seriously in those themes. People are totally insecure about who deserves their vote. Proposals are not convincing as it was expected to improve aspects of the country.

  15. Jose CARlos Hernandez Hernandez 2B dice:

    Talk about good candidates is a difficult topic, everyone has their ideology and belief.
    Talk about education is a very sensitive issue, no candidate showed know much about the note issue.
    There is one candidate who offers many opportunities for young but yet do not think is the better prepared or more worship.
    This is an election SECT, in my case would not vote for anyone.

  16. Juan Pedro Tintos Mendoza 2B dice:

    see what I talk about??? In a really important fay to all this country, nobody talked about education, it is incredible, how can we students vote for somebody who doesn´t care about education? it is sad to see that education here in mexico is gettiing worst day by day and I can´t understand why the gobernment just sits and see the situation and don´t do anything to change it.

  17. adrian alejandro vizcaino martinez 2B dice:

    Appears in the only debate would talk bad things to other candidates, apparently they forgot that was the debate, they even talked about his proposals only dedicated to accuse the other candidates, I still can’t believe that any of the four candidates can win.

  18. Rommel Salvador Juárez Rodríguez 2B dice:

    In my opinion I think that people who are presidential candidates promise to have a better country, in every respect but do not say how they will do and it really is important to know who we choose as president of our country because that decision will affect million people. We need to take conscience about the proposal and to believe in the facts not in the proposals people made.

  19. Omar Alejandro Rios Del Toro 2ºA dice:

    For my part I argue that instead of giving politos improvement options only discredit each other. So Mexico is in this situation where only politicians attack instead of proposing improvements to the country. The objective of politos is the power not to grow the country. If only I were devoted less to discredit opponents and more to suggest improvements to the well-founded country, our president would be more productive than someone who only thinks of power.

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