Aurelio Nuño Mayer, head of the Public Education Secretariat (SEP), said that the balance of the rescheduled teacher evaluation in the state of Guerrero was positive, as almost 76 percent of all summoned teachers have complied with the evaluation, including those who performed it on November, 2015. This action will end the evaluation process, said Nuño Mayer, and added that 29 states have already completed the process.
During a conference held at the end of his visit to the Emperador Cuauhtémoc school, located near the Mexico City International Airport, Nuño Mayer said that those teachers who didn’t perform the evaluation despite having had up to two opportunities, will be discharged.
Nuño Mayer said that in the case of Guerrero, an average of 1,300 teachers will face this situation, in addition to nearly 3,400 teachers in the rest of the states.
The SEP will continue to work in Oaxaca in collaboration with the local government in order for the education reform to continue to advance, said the secretary.
The law will continue to be enforced and teachers who let their students without classes will receive a cut to their wages, and those who do not perform the evaluation will be discharged, said Nuño Mayer.