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THE WOMEN TEACHERS OF THE REPUBLIC Work Material for Secondary Level Students. SYNDICATED SYNDICATED is the name we have chosen to name the joint work of a group of women trade unionists of education, which began to take shape in several meetings held throughout the year 2006,

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SYNDICATED

SYNDICATED is the name we have chosen

to name the joint work

of a group of women trade unionists of education,

which began to take

shape in several meetings held throughout the year 2006,

in the Institute for Women in Madrid.

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Those in this group come from different and plural unions

(STES-i, FETE-UGT and FECCOO),

but we all united in the belief that together we can face

together the challenges we face as women

and as trade unionists education.

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We bring our expertise to be widely implanted a culture

of equality between women and men.

We intend that where we will hear our voices,

voices that can break

the invisible strength built glass roof over our heads.That\'s why we developed together and meeting materials

At this time

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The WOMEN TEACHERS

OF THE REPUBLIC

Didactic unit for students

of Secondary

and Vocational High School

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The first governments of The Republic considered Education to be the key to achieve social transformation. Unless due attention was given to school teachers, male and female, it would be impossible to carry out the revolution in the classrooms.

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Public education, compulsory, free, active, secular, bilingual

and just which tried to end centuries of discrimination

by sex or social class.

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Within this project of citizenship

education the women teachers

of the Republic occupied a

privileged place a model which

embodied the modern, independent

women. They would be responsible,

to a large extent for the construction

and dissemination of new civic

identity, to educate their students

on the values ​​of equality, freedom

and solidarity, both through the

transmission of content

in the classroom and,

especially with their personal

experiences.

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By law, in 1939,

at the end of the Spanish Civil War

and during the years of Franco\'s dictatorship,

mixed (Co-ed) education was prohibited:

A series of learning aquisitions that would prepare them for family life, handicraft work and domestic industries were the suitable education policies for girls.

At school they learnt the qualities

that should adorn them were

obedience, subordination and modesty and the role of women as mothers and wives was exalted.

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This unit is designed to,

recover the memory of the women

teachers of the republic,

returning their voice,

making visible their contributions

to the modernization of education

and the role they played

in the conquest of the rights of women.

Their names, lives and works,

must be returned in memory,

forming part of the legacy of our

educational history

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