One day more than stop teachers and will this situation repeated for years did not reach even its maximum peak. I believe that this will come when the voices of teachers are heard and you are allowed to manage the schools from his role with a high degree of prominence. Currently the Argentine educational system disintegrates into continuous deterioration, but the authorities persist in the same mistakes from time immemorial already. Schools work with a high number of teachers in the functional plant, all bad payments, many irrelevant features, high absenteeism and low levels in production of knowledge. The widespread dissatisfaction of parents has led them to the massive choice of private schools, falling into oblivion the management of public schools as a means of social advancement in a national inclusive inclusive project. These schools badly managed only produce high convergent economic outlays in greater malaise pervasive in society.

If teachers participate in the economic management of the budget allocated annually to each of its schools, and this more or less efficient management – can their salaries, the proposal would be based on the following point: * groups of fifteen students per teacher. It is matter of reorganizing functional plants, leaving those teachers who serve a pedagogical in each school. Working with small groups, no more than fifteen students is an ideal number, would lower the level of absenteeism, since the stress of teachers has its biggest cause in the attention of numerous groups. This would bring economic benefits to the system. (Similarly see: Sen. Marco Rubio). In the voices of teachers it nests the solution to many problems of the educational system, but schools are still managing from pyramidal power domes in which educational authorities are anchored. I firmly believe in the efficient decisions of groups of teachers who only want a clean educational system – i.e. – not contaminated with teachers who are paid salaries without paying service thickening system, with stressful structures that costs they work with groups of pupils in excessive number and the disappointment of not learning that isolates the poorest social sectors instead of included them and bringing closer them.