CMOs are now required to provide guidelines on how to treat students who have had a CMA in a secondary school.
The CMA issued guidelines on Tuesday for schools to follow in relation to CMA admissions and their students’ health and wellbeing.
The guidelines state that students who had CMA may be given special treatment and special accommodation as well as be provided with personalised education, such as tailored learning programmes, which are aimed at helping students to improve their mental health and behaviour.
The policy applies to the CMT programme, the primary school and the secondary school that the student is enrolled at.
There are no specific guidelines for the CMD programme, but the CMCs have already issued guidance on its use.
In an email, the CMEA chief executive, Joaquín García Crespo, said that the guidelines are in line with the CMO’s position on the matter.
He said that CMA guidelines are the best approach to ensure that students do not become victims of bullying and abuse, but that this is an ongoing and ongoing debate within the CMAs.
“In the meantime, CMA members will continue to have the opportunity to decide which CMA to offer to students,” García said.
The new guidelines are part of a wider plan to ensure students have the best possible experience at secondary school, including more inclusive curricula and a greater emphasis on mentoring.