Trump Made Food Harder to Get For Poor People In America… While Giving Tax Cuts To Millionaires, Billionaires And Corporations

In West Virginia, tougher work requirements for receiving food stamps complicated life for poor people, but did not result in increased employment.


The most visible impact in the changes in work requirements for the food stamp program in nine West Virginia counties was at homeless missions and food pantries, which saw a substantial spike in demand that has never receded.Credit…Andrew Spear for The New York Times

By Campbell Robinson

Source: New York Times

MILTON, W.Va. — In the early mornings, Chastity and Paul Peyton walk from their small and barely heated apartment to Taco Bell to clean fryers and take orders for as many work hours as they can get. It rarely adds up to a full-time week’s worth, often not even close.

With this income and whatever cash Mr. Peyton can scrape up doing odd jobs — which are hard to come by in a small town in winter, for someone without a car — the couple pays rent, utilities and his child support payments.

Then there is the matter of food.

“We can barely eat,” Ms. Peyton said.

She was told she would be getting food stamps again soon — a little over two dollars’ worth a day — but the couple was without them for months. Sometimes they made too much money to qualify; sometimes it was a matter of working too little.

There is nothing reliable but the local food pantry.

Four years ago, thousands of poor people here in Cabell County and eight other counties in West Virginia that were affected by a state policy change found themselves having to prove that they were working or training for at least 20 hours a week in order to keep receiving food stamps consistently.

In April, under a rule change by the Trump administration, people all over the country who are “able-bodied adults without dependents” will have to do the same.

The policy seems straightforward, but there is nothing straightforward about the reality of the working poor, a daily life of unreliable transportation, erratic work hours and capricious living arrangements.

Still, what has happened in the nine counties in West Virginia in the last four years does offer at least an indication of how it will play out on a larger scale.

Credit…Andrew Spear for The New York Times

The most visible impact has been at homeless missions and food pantries, which saw a big spike in demand that has never receded.

But the policy change was barely noticeable in the work force, where evidence of some large influx of new workers is hard to discern.

This reflects similar findings elsewhere, as states have steadily been reinstating work requirements in the years since the recession, when nearly the whole country waived them.

Since 1996, federal law has set a time limit on how long able-bodied adults could receive food stamps: no more than three months in a three-year period, if the recipient was not working or in training for at least 20 hours a week.

But states have been able to waive those rules in lean times and in hurting areas; waivers are still in place in roughly one-third of the country.

Under the new rule from the Trump administration, most of these waivers will effectively be eliminated.

By the administration’s own estimate, around 700,000 people will lose food stamps.

Officials say that there are plenty of jobs waiting for them in the humming economy.

This was the thinking as West Virginia began lifting waivers four years ago, starting in the counties where unemployment rates were lowest.

One of the first signs of the change came in the dining hall of the Huntington City Mission, about half an hour’s drive from little Milton. Suddenly, the hall was packed.

“It was just like, ‘Boom, what’s going on here?’” said Mitch Webb, the director of the 81-year-old mission.

In early 2016, the mission served an average of around 8,700 meals a month. After the new food stamp policy went into full effect, that jumped to over 12,300 meals a month.

“It never renormalized,” Mr. Webb said.

That was true all around Huntington.

“A few years ago, at the first of the month we would be slow and toward the end of the months we would be busy,” said Diana Van Horn, who runs the food pantry at Trinity Episcopal Church.

“Now we are busy all the time.”

Cynthia Kirkhart, who runs Facing Hunger, the main food bank in the region, said people started just showing up at the warehouse, asking if they were handing out food. There was no telling where else they were now turning.

“People who are surviving do not approach the world the same way as people who are thriving,” she said.

That the number of people receiving food stamps would drop significantly was, of course, by design. The question was what would become of them.

According to the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy, a research group that focuses heavily on social safety-net issues, there was no evidence of a big change in the job market.

While around 5,410 people lost food stamps in the nine counties, the growth in the labor force in these counties over the ensuing three years significantly lagged the rest of the state.

Average monthly employment growth in the counties actually slowed, while it nearly doubled in the rest of West Virginia.

“We can prove it from the data that this does not work,” said Seth DiStefano, policy outreach director at the center.

The state Department of Health and Human Resources initially acknowledged as much.

“Our best data,” it reported in 2017, “does not indicate that the program has had a significant impact on employment figures.”

In an email message last week, a spokeswoman for the department said that the available data “does not paint a clear picture of the impact” of the changes on employment in the nine counties.

Delegate Tom Fast, a Republican lawmaker who sponsored a bill in 2018 that restored work requirements for food stamps statewide, said he considered the policy a success.

“The information I have is that there’s been significant savings over all,” he said, coupling that with a low unemployment rate as evidence that the policy was working.

“If a person just chooses not to work, which those are the people that were targeted, they’re not going to get a free ride,” he said.

Of people who are facing concrete obstacles to steady work, like a lack of transportation, he added: “If there’s a will, there’s a way.”

This is a popular sentiment, even among those who have had to rely on food stamps.

The Peytons expressed little sympathy for people “just getting things handed to them.”

At dinnertime at the city mission, men complained about people who were too lazy to work, who were sponging off the system.

“Not giving people food stamps because they don’t work is probably the best course of action,” said Zach Tate, who had been at the mission before, but now, with a place to stay, was just back for a meal.

“It’s like training a puppy.”

He returned to his turkey Alfredo for a few moments and then clarified.

“But taking it away indefinitely doesn’t work either,” he said.

“It creates a sense of despair.”

To move from talk of what is right policy to the reality of daily life is to enter a totally different conversation, one about the never-ending logistics of poverty: the hunt for space in a small house with 10 other people, the ailing family members who are wholly dependent without technically being “dependents,” the tenuousness of recovery while living among addicts, the hopelessness of finding decent work with a felony record.

One man in Milton spoke of losing a job loading trucks when the employer looked up his bad credit report.

A woman who lives some miles out in the country said it was nearly impossible to work as a waitress in a town when the last bus comes and goes at 7 p.m.

“You see people in these hills around here that can’t get out to a job because they have no vehicle,” said Jerome Comer, 47, who left rehab last year and is now working in the warehouse of Facing Hunger.

“You say, ‘Well, they’re able-bodied Americans.’

Yeah, but they live 40 miles out in the holler.

They can’t walk to McDonald’s.”

Mr. Comer had been raised by a disabled mother reliant on food stamps and had relied on government assistance himself when he was a younger man with a family, even though he was working two jobs.

That is the thing:

Most working-age adults on food stamps are either already working or are between jobs.

But the jobs are unstable and inconsistent — as in the Peytons’ case, paying too much to qualify for benefits one month, offering too few hours to qualify the next.

That is the root of the problem, Mr. Comer said.

But addressing it would be a lot more expensive than food stamps.

“If they could come up with a work program for these people to give them jobs and transportation and everything, I’d agree with that,” Mr. Comer went on.

“If you’re an able-bodied American and you ain’t got a job and they’re going to give you one and give you the means to get back and forth to it, that’s great.

But then what’s that going to cost you?”


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40 Million People Live In Poverty In Donald Trump’s America

us-povertyPoverty in the USA: “More than one in every eight Americans were living in poverty in 2017 (40 million, equal to 12.7% of the population), according to the United Nations.

And almost half of those (18.5 million) were living in deep poverty, with reported family income below one-half of the poverty threshold.

In America almost 40 million people—one eighth of its population—live in poverty.

Why does the richest country in the world still have so many people living in profound need?

Find out more here:

A report by the U.N. special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights finds 40 million people in the United States live in poverty, 18.5 million live in extreme poverty and more than 5 million live in conditions of absolute poverty.

Special Rapporteur Philip Alston called the United States the most unequal society in the developed world.

He said U.S. policies benefit the rich and exacerbate the plight of the poor.


He said the policies of President Donald Trump’s administration stigmatize the poor by insisting those receiving government benefits are capable of working and that benefits, such as food stamps, should be cut back significantly.

He said the government’s suggestions that people on welfare are lazy and do not want to work misrepresent the facts.

“The statistics that are available show that the great majority of people who, for example, are on Medicaid are either working in full-time work — around half of them — or they are in school or they are giving full-time care to others,” Alston said.

He said 7 percent of people were not working.

Worst of the West

In his report, which will be delivered Friday to the U.N. Human Rights Council, Alston noted the United States had the highest rate of income inequality among Western countries, with the top 1 percent of the population owning more than 38 percent of total wealth.

He said the Trump administration’s $1.5 trillion in tax cuts would overwhelmingly benefit the wealthy and would worsen the situation of the poor.


The U.N. investigator told VOA that at the completion of each of his country fact-finding missions, he issues what he calls an end-of mission statement.

That, he said, gives some governments the opportunity to immediately respond.

“The U.S. chose not to do that, and since then there has not been any official response to either that end-of-mission statement or to the final report, which has now been out for a couple of weeks,” he said.

As is common practice, after Alston formally presents his report to the Human Rights Council, the concerned country has a right of reply.

Though the United States has withdrawn as a member of the council, it still has the right to respond to the report as an observer country.

Source: Voice of America News

Source of 2018 Statistics: Congressional Research Service

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Donald #Trump Will Make Benedict Arnold AND Adolf #Hitler Look Like Boy Scouts: Is Donald Trump America´s Hitler?


Is Donald Trump the kind of man who should be above the law?

Is Donald Trump the kind of man who should be accountable to nobody?

The Republican Party thinks the answer to both questions is YES!

History tells us the Republican Party are not only wrong, but they are also fools.

Let us remember history, for her lesson is harsh and unforgiving for a nation led by fools…

Hitler (Trump) becomes fuhrer


With the death of German President Paul von Hindenburg,

(Constitutional checks and balances)(separation of powers)

Chancellor Adolf Hitler

(President Donald Trump)

becomes absolute dictator of Germany under the title of Fuhrer, or “Leader.”

becomes absolute leader of the United States of America, under the royal title of “KING Donald the First”

Hereditary power will be passed on to his first born son, Ivanka, after King Donald’s death by natural causes at the age of 95, or sooner if he dies sooner.

The German army took an oath of allegiance to its new commander-in-chief, and the last remnants of Germany’s democratic government were dismantled to make way for Hitler’s Third Reich.

The entire US military took an oath of allegiance to its new commander-in-chief, and the last remnants of America’s democratic government were dismantled to make way for the Trump Crime Family. 

The Fuhrer assured his people that the Third Reich would last for a thousand years, but Nazi Germany collapsed just 11 years later.

King Donald assured his people that “only he could fix things”, while he was busy breaking everything that was good about America.

Chancellor Hitler immediately set about arresting and executing political opponents, and even purged the Nazis’ own SA paramilitary organization in a successful effort to win support from the German army.

With the death of President Hindenburg on August 2, 1934, Hitler united the chancellorship and presidency under the new title of Fuhrer.

King Donald immediately set about arresting and executing political opponents like Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff, and Chuck Schumer.



King Donald even purged the GOP´s own White Nationalists paramilitary organization in a successful effort to win support from the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the US Armed Forces.

With the Supreme Court already under his power (thanks to Susan Collins duplicity), King Donald united all three branches of constitutional power (the executive, the legislative, and the judiciary) under his new title…………………… “The King Of America”.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

is this a fantasy?

is this a nightmare?

or is this simply history repeating itself?

Let us take the time to imagine the unimaginable:

What if history is repeating itself:

“The #Republican Party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears.

It is #DonaldTrump‘s final, most essential command”

George Orwell’s classic book “1984”.

“There will be no loyalty, except loyalty towards #Trump and the #RepublicanParty.

There will be no #Love, except the love of #DonaldTrump.

There will be no laughter, except the laugh of triumph over a defeated #enemy.

There will be no #art, no #literature, no #science.”


The Constitution itself, by itself, can not protect us from #Trump and the #RepublicanParty.

America’s democracy will not die in darkness…

Trump will deliver the deathblow to America´s democracy in broad daylight…



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Liceo Bicentenario Domingo Ortiz de Rozas: Innovación y excelencia para los jóvenes de Coelemu.

Sección-6-LiceoBicentenario-2Con 55 años de historia, el Liceo Bicentenario Domingo Ortiz de Rozas de Coelemu (provincia de Itata, región de Ñuble), se posiciona como un establecimiento innovador.

Desde su fundación ha orientado el quehacer educativo hacia la excelencia pedagógica, con un proyecto que apunta a entregar mejores oportunidades a todos los estudiantes, respondiendo con formación pertinente y de calidad a las necesidades productivas del territorio, a través de las especialidades Agropecuaria, Electricidad, Construcción y Administración.

Uno de sus objetivos es convertirse en un liceo innovador, por eso, las iniciativas que son parte del proyecto Bicentenario están orientadas al fortalecimiento de convenios con el sector productivo, generando también instancias de vinculación entre la Educación Media y Educación Superior TP.

Desde 2016 se han adjudicado diferentes proyectos, el primero “Construyendo soluciones sustentables en un liceo InnovaDOR” del Fondo para Iniciativas Escolares (FIE) de la Fundación Luksic, cuyo objetivo es implementar soluciones habitacionales de emergencia para familias damnificadas por incendios forestales en la comuna.


A través de las especialidades de Construcción y Electricidad, y con una inversión en tecnología de vanguardia cercana a los 116 millones de pesos, el proyecto sitúa al establecimiento como el único de educación media capacitado para ejecutar proyectos de esta envergadura.

Además, el Liceo Bicentenario de Coelemu es uno de los tres establecimientos de la región de Ñuble favorecidos con el programa “Techos Solares Públicos”, con una inversión de alrededor de 45 millones de pesos, que consideró la instalación de 188 paneles solares, con el propósito de reducir el consumo eléctrico del establecimiento y dar la oportunidad a los estudiantes de profundizar sus conocimientos en el área de energías renovables.

lbPor otro lado, implementada el 2018, la especialidad Agropecuaria se ha convertido en pionera a nivel regional en la elaboración y producción de vinos orgánicos, rescatando las cepas representativas del valle del Itata “Cinsault” y “País”.

Al respecto, el director del liceo, Sergio Hernández, reconoce que estas acciones “han permitido fortalecer los conocimientos, habilidades y competencias de nuestros estudiantes en el área y además crear lazos con el sector productivo”.

De esta forma, cada una de las iniciativas y proyectos ejecutados han contribuido a fortalecer la Formación TP y el desarrollo de emprendimientos, entregando educación integral, inclusiva, pertinente y sustentable, a los estudiantes que eligen estudiar en el establecimiento.

Fuente: Mineduc


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Más de 600 docentes de inglés se capacitan exitosamente en Teachers’ Academy 2019


Durante el primer y segundo semestre del 2019 se llevaron a cabo en todo el país los Teachers’ Academy, jornadas de desarrollo profesional y acompañamiento implementadas a través del Plan Nacional de Inglés “English in English”.

En esta actividad participan docentes que realizan clases en 5° y 6° básico y su objetivo responde a que sus estudiantes logren el nivel A1 según el Marco Común Europeo de Referencia para las Lenguas.

Mediante su ejecución, quienes asistieron mejoraron sus prácticas pedagógicas gracias a la entrega de herramientas metodológicas más efectivas para la enseñanza del idioma inglés, con enfoque en el desarrollo de las habilidades orales.

Para ello, se abordaron temáticas como Evaluación de Aprendizajes, Planificación de clases, Aprendizaje Centrado en el Estudiante, Diferenciación de la Enseñanza y Aprendizaje Basado en Proyectos. Gracias a su puesta en marcha, se beneficiará a más de 48.000 estudiantes.

Las jornadas fueron guiadas por un equipo de 43 profesores destacados que capacitaron a sus pares en las materias señaladas previamente, además de contar con el apoyo de 19 mentores que realizaron acompañamiento por 10 meses a quienes participaron, con el objetivo de asegurar la implementación correcta de los conocimientos adquiridos.

Para el año 2020 se continuará trabajando en la misma línea, aumentando a 800 docentes que participen de los Teachers’ Academy, cubriendo aproximadamente el 55% de los profesores que hacen clases en 5° y 6° básico, aumentando así a un 25% nuestra cobertura en comparación al año 2019.

Esto se llevará a cabo con el apoyo de alrededor de 55 mentores que se sumarán a los 19 que ya participaron el 2019. Gracias a su aporte, el número de docentes que recibirá apoyo posterior a la finalización de los Teachers’ Academy del 2020 superaría los 150.

Si estás interesado/a en participar, mantente informado a través de nuestro sitio web y redes sociales, donde daremos a conocer las próximas fechas a realizarse estas jornadas.

Fuente: Mineduc, Programa Inglés Abre Puertas

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Adam Schiff Closing Argument: Donald Trump Is Dangerous And Needs To Be Removed…He Chose To Believe Rudy Giuliani…Why Would Anybody In Their Right Mind Believe Rudy Giuliani?

Congressman Adam Schiff:

“We believe we will have made the case overwhelmingly of the President’s guilt. He has done what he’s charged with… but I want to address one other thing tonight. Okay he’s guilty, does he really need to be removed?”

“You can’t trust this president to do what is right for this country…”

“You can trust Donald Trump to do what is right for Donald Trump…”

“This is why if you find him guilty he must be removed…”

“In this country right matters…”

“It is what has made this nation the greatest nation on Earth…”

“Because right matters…and the truth matters…otherwise we are lost…”


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Es para que jóvenes se informen y opten por la Educación Técnico-Profesional.

lunes 16 de diciembre, 2019

Junto con testimonios de jóvenes que eligieron ser técnicos profesionales, se habilitó el portal informativo

“En la Educación Técnico Profesional los jóvenes pueden encontrar programas flexibles, articulación de la educación media con la educación superior, y especialidades y carreras que en el ámbito laboral que responden a los desafíos que hoy tiene el país”, afirmó el Subsecretario de Educación Superior, Juan Eduardo Vargas.

Con el objetivo de relevar la importancia de la Educación Técnico-Profesional en todos sus niveles e incentivar que cada año más personas elijan esta alternativa, el Ministerio de Educación lanzó hoy la campaña #EligeSerTP.

Junto a jóvenes que optaron por ser Técnico-Profesionales (TP), la campaña muestra cómo esta formación ofrece acceso a especialidades y programas flexibles, más cortos y económicos, que permiten convalidar ramos desde la educación media hacia la educación superior y que, al egresar o titularse, ofrecen una alta empleabilidad y buenos ingresos.

Adicionalmente, se habilitó el portal, que permitirá a los jóvenes y sus familias informarse sobre la educación TP tanto de educación media como superior, buscar especialidades, carreras y datos sobre las instituciones que les ayude a tomar una decisión informada para su futuro.

Cabe destacar que diversos estudios muestran que 3 de cada 4 trabajos en Chile necesitan un Técnico Profesional.

“Chile necesita más y mejores técnicos. En la Educación Técnico Profesional los jóvenes pueden encontrar programas flexibles, articulación de la enseñanza escolar con la educación superior, y especialidades que en el ámbito laboral que responden a los desafíos que hoy tiene el país.

Por eso, estamos lanzando esta campaña para invitar a los jóvenes a elegir la educación TP, informarse y aprovechar sus beneficios”, afirmó el Subsecretario de Educación Superior, Juan Eduardo Vargas.

Esta campaña viene a culminar un año de importantes avances impulsados por el Gobierno en el marco de su agenda de modernización de la formación técnico-profesional:

el primer acuerdo de convalidación entre liceos, institutos profesionales y CFT, que beneficiará a más de 3 mil estudiantes,

62 nuevos Liceos Bicentenario TP (los que se suman a los 40 anunciados en 2018),

redes TP Futuro Técnico en cada una de las regiones del país,

la implementación del Marco de Cualificaciones TP,

diez CFT Estatales en funcionamiento,

el reimpulso de becas para perfeccionamiento en el extranjero y el proyecto de ley que amplía la gratuidad a jóvenes del 70% más vulnerable que estudien carreras TP, entre otros.

Actualmente existen 945 liceos TP a lo largo del país que representan el 37,4% de la matrícula de 3° y 4° medio con 155.282 estudiantes.

En Educación Superior TP este año 182.821 estudiantes nuevos eligieron un CFT o IP, representando el 55% de la matrícula de primer año.

En total, en la Educación Superior TP estudian más de 500 mil jóvenes.

Fuente: Mineduc, Formación Técnico Profesional




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Mineduc adjudicó más de $7.400 millones para proyectos que mejoran la calidad de la formación superior


viernes 17 de enero, 2020

Entre los beneficiados hay institutos profesionales, centros de formación técnica y universidades privadas, quienes podrán financiar proyectos entre 18 y 30 meses de duración.

El Mineduc, a través de la Subsecretaría de Educación Superior adjudicó $7.456.022, en la modalidad de fondos concursables para Áreas Estratégicas.

El objetivo es apoyar a las instituciones de educación superior privadas y de las Fuerzas Armadas acreditadas, así como los Centros de Formación Técnica del Estado, con miras a fortalecer la calidad de la formación y acompañarlas en el proceso de transformaciones que está experimentando el sistema de educación superior chileno.

El objetivo general del concurso es financiar proyectos que faciliten el desarrollo e incremento de la relevancia, calidad, eficiencia y efectividad de determinadas funciones o áreas del quehacer institucional, en conformidad con la misión, objetivos y metas institucionales, en las siguientes áreas estratégicas:

  • Formación inicial docente universitaria.

  • Nivelación y acompañamiento a las etapas de la trayectoria formativa de los estudiantes.

  • Vinculación con el medio social y productivo.

  • Desarrollo curricular e innovación académica.

  • Inclusión y atención a la diversidad.

  • Gestión institucional y aseguramiento de la calidad.

  • Prácticas internacionales para CFT e IP.

En el ámbito de la formación técnico profesional, las instituciones ganadoras de proyectos fueron:

CFT Santo Tomás, CFT Teodoro Winckel, IP de Arte y Comunicación ARCOS, CFT San Agustín de Talca, CFT de la Región de los Lagos, CFT CEDUC-UCN, IP de Chile, Academia Politécnica Naval, IP DUOC UC, IP Instituto Internacional de Artes Culinarias y Servicios, IP INACAP, CFT INACAP.

En el área universitaria, las instituciones que recibieron fondos fueron:

Universidad de Concepción, Universidad Católica del Norte (dos proyectos), Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (dos proyectos), Universidad Austral de Chile, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Universidad Católica de Temuco, Universidad Autónoma de Chile (dos proyectos), Universidad San Sebastián, Universidad Andrés Bello, Universidad Diego Portales, Universidad del Desarrollo (dos proyectos), Universidad Adolfo Ibánez y Universidad Santo Tomás.


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Valores 2020 de BRP y asignaciones de la Carrera Docente

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27.12.19. El Centro de Perfeccionamiento, Experimentación e Investigaciones Pedagógicas informa los valores de la Bonificación de Reconocimiento Profesional (BRP) y las asignaciones de la Carrera Docente (de Tramo y por docencia en establecimientos con alta concentración de alumnos prioritarios) de acuerdo al reajuste del Sector Público para el año 2020.

De acuerdo a la normativa que rige el valor de estas asignaciones, la BRP y el Valor hora se incrementan según el reajuste de la USE, que este año fue 2.8%, mientras que la Asignación de tramo y la Asignación por docencia en establecimientos con alta concentración de alumnos prioritarios se incrementan según el reajuste general del sector público, que este año es de 1.4%, de acuerdo a lo aprobado por el Congreso Nacional.

Les recordamos a todos los docentes que pueden revisar los montos que les corresponde recibir por cada una de las asignaciones que incrementa y crea la Ley de Sistema de Desarrollo Profesional Docente en  

La siguiente información está sujeta a lo establecido en la Ley N° 21.196. 

Bonificación de Reconocimiento Profesional (BRP)
BRP  Título 72.100
Mención 24.034
BRP para docentes que se rigen por ley 20.903 (En Carrera Docente) Título 253.076
Mención 84.360

* Valores máximos para docentes con 30 o más horas de contrato (para docentes con menos de 30 horas, el cálculo es proporcional).

Asignación de Tramo **
Componente de progresión
Valor máximo para docentes con 44 horas y 15 bienios.
Acceso 14.515
Inicial 14.515
Temprano 47.831
Avanzado 96.266
Experto I 360.892
Experto II 776.654
Componente fijo
Valor máximo para docentes con 44 horas.
Avanzado 99.914
Experto I 138.769
Experto II 210.929
Valor hora (para cálculo componente experiencia) * Básica 14.403
Media 15.155

* El componente de experiencia corresponde al valor hora por las horas de contrato por el porcentaje correspondiente a los bienios acreditados.

Asignación por docencia en establecimientos con alta concentración de A. prioritarios**
Monto Fijo Acceso
Experto I
Experto II
Monto fijo adicional Avanzado
Experto I
Experto II

** Asignaciones para docentes de establecimientos que se rigen por ley 20.903.


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A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. #Trump´s Testing Of America


Washington Post national investigative reporter Carol Leonnig and White House bureau chief Philip Rucker, both Pulitzer Prize winners, provide the definitive insider narrative of Donald Trump’s unique presidency with shocking new reporting and insight into its implications.

Source: Amazon

“I alone can fix it.”

So went Donald J. Trump’s march to the presidency on July 21, 2016, when he accepted the Republican presidential nomination in Cleveland, promising to restore what he described as a fallen nation.

Yet over the subsequent years, as he has undertaken the actual work of the commander in chief, it has been hard to see beyond the daily chaos of scandal, investigation, and constant bluster.

It would be all too easy to mistake Trump’s first term for one of pure and uninhibited chaos, but there were patterns to his behavior and that of his associates.

The universal value of the Trump administration is loyalty – not to the country, but to the president himself – and Trump’s North Star has been the perpetuation of his own power, even when it meant imperiling our shaky and mistrustful democracy.

Leonnig and Rucker, with deep and unmatched sources throughout Washington, D.C., tell of rages and frenzies but also moments of courage and perseverance.

Relying on scores of exclusive new interviews with some of the most senior members of the Trump administration and other firsthand witnesses, the authors reveal the forty-fifth president up close, taking readers inside Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation as well as the president’s own haphazard but ultimately successful legal defense.

Here for the first time certain officials who have felt honor-bound not to publicly criticize a sitting president or to divulge what they witnessed in a position of trust tell the truth for the benefit of history.


This peerless and gripping narrative reveals President Trump at his most unvarnished and exposes how decision making in his administration has been driven by a reflexive logic of self-preservation and self-aggrandizement – but a logic nonetheless.

This is the story of how an unparalleled president has scrambled to survive and tested the strength of America’s democracy and its common heart as a nation.

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