Cobat’s job security to teachers

After more than 10 years of waiting, 611 teachers and teaching technicians from the Colegio de Bachilleres del Estado de Tlaxcala (Cobat), received their appointments of places and hours-week-month, so that the subsystem becomes at the national level, the first to achieve this objective and give certainty and job security to the beneficiaries, as a result of the regularization process.

In his message, the general director, Victorino Vergara Castillo, highlighted that thanks to the support of Governor Marco Mena Rodríguez and the Secretary of Public Education Florentino Domínguez, who gave the vote of confidence, in addition to the participation of the Secretary General of the Stacobat, Héctor Fernando Lima Hernández, this achievement was achieved.

“Today is a historic and significant moment for Colegio de Bachilleres, a dream of teachers and teaching technicians has come true, who had no job security,” he said.

The Secretary of Public Education of the State, Florentino Domínguez Ordóñez, affirmed that when synergy flows between those who have a responsibility, there are substantive results in education.

Meeting in Room 1 of the Sepe-Uset Administrative Complex, Domínguez Ordóñez highlighted that, with the leadership of Governor Marco Mena, it has been possible that, among educational actors, there is dialogue and understanding to achieve benefits in favor of the community school.

“Today there is a before and after in the life of the academic workers of Cobat, this appointment allows them to have job stability, they will be able to compete in promotions and recategorizations based on the calls issued by SEMS and with that have economic improvements,” he said .

For his part, the Secretary General of the Union of Workers of the College of High School Students of the State of Tlaxcala (Stacobat), Héctor Fernando Lima Hernández, explained that for this union organization it is a memorable day, since the delivery of this document represents security for its members .

“With the appointment that our colleagues receive this day, they ensure their present and future work, it will also serve as a stimulus to redouble efforts and continue to provide Tlaxcala society with a quality education,” he said.

With the delivery of appointments to teachers and teaching technicians, the institution complies with the institutional mandate of the Undersecretariat of Higher Secondary Education, which through the Program of the Conciliation and Validation of Places for State Decentralized Organizations (Sicodes), as well as the Unit of the System for the Career of the Teachers and the Teachers, who instructed and authorized to carry out this process of regularization of Places and Hours-Week-Month with total transparency and attached to the current regulations.

Likewise, assignments of places and hours-week-month will be avoided without complying with the regulations, the federal and state economic resources will be in time and form to issue the payments to which they are entitled.

As a result of the process, 21 groups were also regularized in 7 schools, which lacked legal authorization by the educational authorities.

They hold meetings with academy managers

With the aim of verifying the development of the online classes, which are received by the students who attend upper secondary education at the Colegio de Bachilleres del Estado de Tlaxcala and the Telebachilleratos Comunitarios, (Cobat-TBC) the general director, Victorino Vergara Castillo, He led virtual meetings with the sector coordinators, academic directors and deputy directors of the campuses, presidents of collegiate associations and union delegates.

In his speech, he recognized the work and performance of teachers, “they are a fundamental piece in the teaching-learning process, now through virtual classes.”

Vergara Castillo highlighted that the result of a diagnosis applied during the first term, it is revealed that more than 90 percent of teachers and students participate in online classes that are taught through different digital platforms.

While 10 percent of students deliver tasks and products, making use of other technological tools such as email, phone calls and WhatsApp.


  • As a result of the process, 21 groups were also regularized in 7 schools, which lacked legal authorization by the educational authorities.

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