Federal High School 2030 is a federally implemented policy to transform high school that focuses on the organization of the same. Its main objectives are to eradicate school failure, the permanence of students in school and link the secondary level with the university and work world.
We think of a renewed Secondary, which is oriented to the development of capacities and life projects that students can assume in a responsible and committed way, from a global citizen perspective.
It was approved within the framework of the 84th edition of the Federal Council of Education, a meeting that brings together the ministers of Education from all over the country. During the assembly, the collective construction that allowed to achieve this historic agreement was highlighted, in which the focus is on the students.
Federal High School 2030, through the Learning Organization Framework, is anchored in the following four dimensions simultaneously and integrated:
Skills of the future
The new high school model proposes six capacities defined at the end of 2016 in the framework of the Federal Network for the Improvement of Learning. These cross the disciplinary contents and areas of knowledge transversally and cannot be developed in a "vacuum" without integrating or articulating with the contents. They are a combination of knowledge, skills, values and dispositions, and are achieved as a result of complex tasks in which both "know" and "know how" are put into play. The skills of the future are:
In 2019 the Institution decided to start implementing a transformation project within the profile of the graduate, based on the incorporation of new knowledge, skills and competences, which has as a reference framework, the "School 2030" Project.
It was decided to start working in the Higher Cycle of Professional and Personal Computing, to then advance in the Higher Cycle Management and Administration of Organizations and finally the Basic Cycle and the entire institution.
Some of the projects worked in the aforementioned framework were: