Educación Ética

No miréis a la escuela, insensatos e insensatas.

Más o menos llevo ya 20 años trabajando con jóvenes, niños y niñas. Empecé de monitor de tiempo libre y deportivo. Y después de cuatro titulaciones, varios contextos, todos los niveles educativos desde infantil hasta la universidad pasando por la educación para adultos y trabajar en cuatro países, sigo dedicado a esta labor, mi profesión y pasión. I love this game !

Pero, hoy renuncio, hoy desecho cualquier responsabilidad en cómo son, serán y sentirán nuestros futuros ciudadanos.

En el año 2008 al irme a vivir a Frankfurt dejé de tener televisión en casa. Nunca más me preocupé por ella.

Ya en el año 2005 Roberto Aparici demostró que nuestros jóvenes consumen una media de 27 horas a la semana de medios de comunicación, mayoritariamente TV. 

Hoy volví a ver tele. Esta mañana leí un reportaje de pseudoprensa sobre un nuevo show televisivo. Hace nada al llegar de entrenar, lo identifiqué en el tele y vimos varios minutos del mismo. Lo justo para ver la presentación de sus protagonistas. Aún me siento indignado tras ver a personas tan vacías y simples acaparar minutos de audiencia.

Así que pido un favor, la próxima vez que no os guste algo, de nuestra cultura, de nuestra juventud, de nuestra infancia…no miren a la escuela. Busque respuestas más allá de la pantalla de su televisor, porque esos rayos son los que iluminan nuestros días.

Yo, mi profesión y nuestras escuelas poco o nada tenemos que ver, con eso que muestra y crea.

» Federico Fellini  (1920-1993) Director de cine italiano
Vencido, luego inocente.

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