Objections to Education for Citizenship in Madrid reach 10,000


A spokesman for Professionals for Ethics in Madrid, Maria Angeles Eyries, said this week the number of parents who have expressed formal objection to the course Education for Citizenship has now reached 10,000.


Blanca Franco of the organization Alcala Freedom in Education, reiterated that Education for Citizenship, “in its current form, grants the State the right to educate students in obligatory and binding moral values, and that is inadmissible totalitarianism.”


She also said some parents have been waiting over a year for alternatives which administrators promised to provide them.

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