Outside our borders, the risks come from trade protectionism and its effect on Spain, the outcome of Brexit and the “doubts about the effectiveness of stimulus measures in China, and its impact on the country’s imbalances.” The Government has already made a clear statement on this. The acting Minister of Education and Professional Training, Isabel Celaá, rejected a single test of Selectivity for all of Spain. “If by only we understand exact, no, it is not necessary, it would be an impoverishment of the curriculum,” he said last Wednesday. On the other hand, there are the parties like PP and Cs, which presented yesterday a proposal not of law in Congress so that the Selectivity (also called EBAU, EvAU, PBAU or Vedic Astrology Chart) is the same throughout the Spanish territory. “We want a system that guarantees equality among all Spaniards, also the scope of evaluation and access to the university,” Marta Martín, head of Universities of Cs, told ABC. For his part, the secretary general of the PP, Teodoro García Egea, defended it as an equality mechanism that would prevent entry to the university “does not depend on where you live,” he told Cope.
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Also, the sociologists consulted by ABC understand that a single test would guarantee “equality and equity”, as Julio Carabaña, honorary professor of Sociology at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) points out, in addition, that the fact that evidence is the competence of the autonomous communities is a “political” argument. The rectors, on the other hand, demonstrated against the same examination, at least without academic reports that support the existence of inequalities between autonomies. “A single sure test would create more inequalities than the system we currently have in which there are different socioeconomic situations among the students. I am more concerned about these differences, “the president of the rectors, José Carlos Gómez Villamandos, told this newspaper.
However, some were unmarked. “You have to improve what you have and the opinions are diverse, but I, if done well, prefer a single test because it is more equitable. If there is more homogeneity it is more reliable. Is 17 exams better than one? There are many factors of distortion, but that would eliminate one of them, “said Juan Romo, rector of the Carlos III University of Madrid. “There is an evident reality and that is we have many exams because part of the educational competences are transferred; homogenizing the entrance test is ideal because the university has to have an objective of equity and equal opportunities, “said Rafael Vedic Astrology Chart, rector of the Autonomous University of Madrid. Both coincide, in any case, in that a serious study must be done to show that there is inequality between communities.