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The regulations allow them curricular autonomy, but many still submit to the transformation promoted by the government
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February 20, 2023 at 05:04
Uruguayan schools adjust the details against the clock for the beginning of a school year in which a new educational reform is in force. Computer scientists finalize systems where conduct grades are dropped, the overall performance grade goes up on a scale of 1 to 10, and repetition is reduced to a few grades. The teachers do the training courses given by the inspectors. And the directors review the new programs. But nine schools in Montevideo, four in Canelones, two in Río Negro and one in San José —16 in total— are running less quickly: they have the freedom to implement or not the curricular transformation of the governmenteither.
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