Consideration of education as a public service in spanish legislation

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Title Consideration of education as a public service in spanish legislation
Consideración de la educación como servicio público en la legislación española
 
Creator Galicia Mangas, Francisco Javier
 
Subject education
public service
legislation
pandemic
educación
servicio público
legislación
pandemia
 
Description After a brief introduction in which some of the difficulties in integrating education into the complex category of public services are referred to, this study attempts to make a brief reference to the concept of public service, its evolution, and its application to the educational field.
Secondly, a quick study of the principle of subsidiarity is made to recall, with jurisprudential support, that our current system is not based on the struggle between public and private, but rather that the educational service is provided by three types of centres: public schools, private schools and subsidized private schools.
The main or central block of the work deals, in an outstanding way, with the study of education as a public service in Spanish legislation, starting from the Law of Public Instruction of 1857 and the General Law of Education of 1970, to arrive, with help of doctrinal approaches, to laws subsequent to the CE of 1978, and especially to the provisions in this regard in the LODE, the LOCE and the current LOE, modified by LOMCE.
Finally, a brief reference is made to some exceptional circumstances that surrounded the exercise of the right to education in the times of pandemic that we live today.
Finally, a brief reference is made to some exceptional circumstances surrounding the exercise of the right to education in the times of pandemic that we live in today.
Tras una breve introducción, en la que se refieren algunas de las dificultades existentes para integrar la educación dentro de la compleja categoría de los servicios públicos, el presente estudio intenta hacer una somera referencia al concepto de servicio público, a su evolución, y a su aplicación al ámbito educativo.
En segundo lugar, se hace un rápido estudio del principio de subsidiariedad para recordar, con apoyo jurisprudencial, que nuestro sistema vigente no se sustenta en la pugna entre lo público y lo privado, sino que el servicio educativo es prestado por tres clases de centros: centros públicos, centros privados y centros privados concertados.
El bloque principal o central del trabajo aborda, de manera destacada, el estudio de la educación como servicio público en la legislación española, partiendo de la Ley de Instrucción Pública de 1857 y de la Ley General de Educación de 1970, para llegar, con ayuda de los planteamientos doctrinales, a las leyes posteriores a la CE de 1978, y en especial a lo dispuesto en este sentido en la LODE, la LOCE y la vigente LOE, modificada por la LOMCE.
Por último, se hace una somera referencia a algunas circunstancias excepcionales que han rodeado el ejercicio del derecho a la educación en los tiempos de pandemia que vivimos en la actualidad.
 
Publisher ADIDE-Federación
 
Date 2020-12-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://avances.adide.org/index.php/ase/article/view/695
10.23824/ase.v0i34.695
 
Source Avances en Supervisión Educativa; No. 34: Diciembre (2020)
Avances en Supervisión Educativa; Núm. 34: Diciembre (2020)
1885-0286
1885-0286
10.23824/ase.v0i34
 
Language spa
 
Relation https://avances.adide.org/index.php/ase/article/view/695/637
 
Rights Derechos de autor 2020 Francisco Javier Galicia Mangas
 

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