PVEM calls to improve protocols against school violence
Deputies of the Green party They made an appeal to the Ministry of Public Education (SEP) to intensify campaigns aimed at preventing school violence and bullying, as well as improving protocols for addressing this problem in schools.
The legislators' call to the educational authorities comes in response to the recognition that these situations have been increasing in schools.
According to the diagnosis of deputy Juan Luis Carrillo, “the violence in school environments "It is occurring recurrently in various parts of the country, where attacks are escalating from insults to injuries that require hospitalization."
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The legislative letter states that one of the most recent cases occurred in Mérida, Yucatán, with a fight inside a private school that ended with a teenage student injured by a knife.
Deputy Carillo explained that in these situations the Green Party's request for the Chamber of Deputies to make the aforementioned exhortation to the SEP becomes very relevant.
The call is to intensify dissemination campaigns and improve action protocols between parents and educational authorities regarding measures, programs and records aimed at preventing bullying and school violence.
It was recalled in this exhortation that threats and abuse against children, whether physical, psychological or sexual, seriously affects their development, education and social integration, and brings consequences such as anxiety, panic attacks, depression, self-harm, and can even cause death.
The proposed point of agreement highlights that, according to the INEGI National Discrimination Survey, of the 11.7 million minors who attended school in 2022, 3.3 million students reported having been victims of bullying.
According to the OECD's PISA test, 23 percent of students in Mexico report having suffered some type of school violence.
The proponent of this call specified that in the injury records of the Ministry of Health it is observed that during 2022 there were 558 reports of minors treated in hospitals in the country due to physical violence in schools.
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