564 places will be included in the call for competitive examinations for replacement rates.

Feb 2, 2023 | Current affairs, Featured, Revista Lloseta, Thursday Daily Bulletin, Tradition

In 2023 there will be three calls for teaching posts. Two of these correspond to the exceptional stabilisation process established by the Law on the Reduction of Temporary Employment: the merit-based competition for the stabilisation process and the competitive examination for the stabilisation process. Through this process, 2,583 positions will be advertised by means of a merit-based competition, and the remaining 265 positions will be advertised by means of a competitive examination. In total, 2,848 positions will be stabilised in 2023.

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In the call for competitive examinations for replacement rates

In addition to these two calls for applications in 2023, there will also be a competition-public entrance examination for replacement rates, which has been discussed today at the sectoral round table, in which a total of 564 places will be offered.

This competition will be held at the regional level and not by islands due to the two extraordinary calls for stabilisation, which will also be held in 2023. It will be possible to call again by islands from 2024 onwards.

At the request of the trade unions, it has been decided to convene an information meeting to clarify doubts about the stabilisation tests. In this regard, it has been announced that, in view of the doubts raised, the Regional Ministry has requested a legal report from the Autonomous Community Law Office on the need to register for the two extraordinary processes.

As for the price of the fees, it has been decided to lower them in the next Budget Law. These fees were introduced in 1998 and have been increased year after year to adjust them to the CPI.

A reduction from 38% to 8% of interim teachers

The Minister of Education and Vocational Training, Martí March, explained today, in statements to the Parliament of the Balearic Islands, that “we are in a process of stabilisation that began in 2015 and that will allow us to move from the highest percentage of interim teachers in Spain, 38% in 2015, to 8% in 2023”.

He recalled that “a key variable for improving education is to improve stability and it is clear that with the instability that we found of 38% of interims in 2015, especially in secondary education, it is very difficult for schools to be coherent and adequately plan their educational projects. We believe that everything we do is aimed not only at defending teachers, which we do and the facts prove it, but above all for the students, who need stable teachers”.