The Buenos Aires Minister of Education, Soledad Acunaresponded to her national counterpart from the Ministry of Women, Gender and Diversity, Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta, regarding the decision to regulate inclusive language in the schools of the City of Buenos Aires.
“Obviously, the minister did not read the resolutionbecause does not talk about prohibition at any time”, pointed out Acuña, in dialogue with TN.
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“Schools must be inclusive and democratic environments that respect freedom and diversity. Nothing good is learned from a ban”, Gómez Alcorta had tweeted, after learning of the decision of the Buenos Aires government on inclusive language.
In addition, the Minister of Education of the City, remarked that “It is a rule that is deeply respectful of diversity”.
Likewise, Acuña defended the measure, indicating that the use of inclusive language affects children’s learning. , and “We only ask that the teacher put the focus on the children learning”, she pointed out in this sense.
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