• The number one of the PP of Cádiz to the Andalusian Parliament in the regional elections, Pepe Ortiz, congratulates the educational community and families for their mobilization to force the Board to have monitors for autistic students
• “That is the policy that the PP does, positively. We are by the side of the citizenry, shaking hands, helping them to solve their problems”
• Highlights the effectiveness that the presence of Juan-ma Moreno has shown in our province", advancing that "this useful policy of solutions for citizens is what the PP offers as a guarantee of a new government for Andalusia"
• Ortiz indicates that "we have requested a monitor for four students from CEIP Vicente Tarín, in Arcos de la Frontera, with special educational needs" and recalls that "many monitors are still lacking in primary and secondary schools in the province"
The number one of the PP of Cádiz to the Andalusian Parliament in the regional elections on December 2, Pepe Ortiz, has expressed his satisfaction because "the mobilization of the family, the educational community and the support of the PP has forced the Board to move in Cádiz" in the claim, in which both the PP and its regional president, Juanma Moreno, have participated to sign the collaboration agreement between the Education delegation of the Junta in the province and the Cádiz Autism Association to offer monitors dedicated to the care of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Likewise, Ortiz has affirmed that "we are not going to stop", warning that "after ensuring that there are monitors for autistic students in our province, we are now going for the monitors of specific needs for Arcos, as well as all those that are necessary for the province".
Ortiz stressed that “this is the policy that the Popular Party does, positively. We are by the side of the citizens, shaking hands, helping them to solve their problems and this was a very important one that many Cadiz families have suffered since the beginning of the school year and that demonstrates the lack of foresight of the Susana Díaz government regarding these services”.
The head of the list of the popular people of Cádiz for the regional elections on December 2, has highlighted the "efficiency that the presence of Juanma Moreno has shown in our province", advancing that "this useful policy of solutions for citizens is what the PP offers as a guarantee a new government for Andalusia”.
Ortiz explained that "Juanma Moreno's demand, yesterday, came to complement the complaint that my colleague Ana Mestre made two weeks ago after holding a meeting with the CSIF union, which was extended to other school monitors who, today, they are still lacking in many primary and secondary schools in the province”.
Likewise, Ortiz has indicated that yesterday, the PP presented a letter to the Education delegate of the Junta in the province, Remedios Palma, in which he transferred the situation experienced by the families of four students from the CEIP Vicente Tarín , in Arcos de la Frontera, with special educational needs that cannot be adequately attended to due to lack of resources, since the center only has one monitor with reduced hours, "for which reason its extension to full-time is requested."