You can pass the course with two failures in ESO and get the Baccalaureate with one failure


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According to the new decree that regulates the evaluation, promotion and qualification in Primary, Secondary Education (ESO), Baccalaureate and Vocational Training (FP), the Secondary recovery exams will disappear from this course, but not those of Baccalaureate.

The Council of Ministers will approve this Tuesday the royal decree that regulates the evaluation, promotion and qualification in Primary, Secondary Education (ESO), Baccalaureate and Vocational Training (FP). One of the consequences of the approval of this decree will be that from this same course, the end-of-year make-up exams in ESO will disappear, not so in high school. What’s more, ESO students may pass the course without having passed two subjects. In Bachelor, students will be able to obtain the Bachelor’s degree with a suspense.

Secondary Education (ESO)

Regarding Secondary Education (ESO), students may pass the course when the teaching team considers that the nature of the subjects not passed “allows them to successfully continue the next year and it is estimated that they have favorable recovery expectations and that said promotion will benefit their academic evolution “.

In any case, who will pass the course have passed the subjects or fields studied or have negative evaluation in one or two subjects.

When the end-of-year make-up exams disappear, the evaluation in the ESO will be “continuous, formative and integrative” And as in Primary Education, decisions on promotion and qualification will be adopted collectively by the teaching team after an evaluation call that will take place at the end of the school year.

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high school

As for the evaluation in Baccalaureate, it will be “continuous and differentiated according to the different subjects” and students they will go from first to second when have passed the subjects taken or have negative evaluation in a maximum of two subjects.

To get the Bachelor’s degree, a positive evaluation will be necessary in all subjects of the two Baccalaureate courses, although exceptionally, the teaching team may decide to obtain the Baccalaureate degree when a person have passed all subjects except one.

Students must meet some conditions to get the Bachelor’s degree with a failure:

– That the teaching team considers that the student has achieved the objectives and competencies linked to that title

– That there has not been a “continued and unjustified absence” by the student in the matter

– That the student has taken the tests and carried out the activities necessary for their evaluation, including recovery

– That the average of the grades obtained in all the subjects of the stage is equal to or greater than a 5.

Vocational training

One of its main novelties included in this decree is that Vocational Training (FP) will have to be entirely dual in nature, that is, it must combine teaching in class with internships in the company.

In addition, the Council of Ministers will approve this Tuesday 87 million for Vocational Training (FP).

Early Childhood Education

On the other hand, the Council of Ministers will also approve an endowment of 660 million euros for the next three years, until 2024, to open more than 64,000 places in Early Childhood Education in the period from 0 to 3 years.

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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