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Lecturer Juan José Guardia provides a legal analysis of the latest Spanish education reform
The lecturer in Administrative Law at UIC Barcelona’s Faculty of Law analysed the content of the draft Organic Law amending the LOE (LOMLOE).
Juan José Guardia, lecturer at the Faculty of Law, has published a study in the journal Paperspublished byClub Tocqueville, a think tank that promotes values of constitutional democracy and open society. In this study, Guardia analyses the draft Organic Law amending the LOE (LOMLOE), the latest Spanish education system reform, from a legal standpoint.
Under the title "The educational breach in the Celaá Law: A legal analysis", Guardia outlines the reform’s main legal aspects, from how it was passed to its content and possible consequences. The lecturer in Administrative Law believes that "the rapid processing of the reform has evaded an inclusive social debate and that its content goes against the existing model of complementarity between state schools and subsidised schools". He further noted that there is a greater risk of politicisation and legalisation of education in Spain.
The study is part of the research project "Educational freedom and responsibility: Foundations, critical approach and lines of action (LIREDU) MPFI20PS, FUSP CEU".