TITLE

La polémica sobre la compatibilidad con el principio constitucional de no discriminación por razón de sexo de los conciertos de la administración con los centros que imparten educación diferenciada

AUTHOR(S)
MÍGUEZ MACHO, Luis
PUB. DATE
January 2015
SOURCE
Persona y Derecho;2015, Issue 72, p237
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This paper aims to study the latest developments in the Spanish legal controversy on the compatibility with the constitutional principle of non-discrimination based on sex of the financing agreements between Administration and schools providing single-sex education. To this end, it analyses first the legal characterization of educational financing agreements. Then it makes a succinct reference to the controversy over single-sex education, focusing on its legal aspects. Finally, the paper studies the financing agreements between Administration and schools providing single-sex education and their legal situation today, in the light of the provisions of Article 84.3 of the Spanish Basic Education Act and the case law interpreting it.
ACCESSION #
119657670

 

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