Satisfaction Of Spanish Primary School Teachers Regarding Anti-Covid Protocols

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Alberto Sanmiguel-Rodríguez , Raquel Leirós-Rodríguez, José Luis García-Soidán, Víctor Arufe-Giráldez


After the closure of the Spanish Primary Education Centres in March 2020, academic and educational institutions began the 2020-2021 academic year with the obligation to abide by the anti-Coronavirus protocols. Consequently, students of all academic levels, and especially school-age children, have experienced, to a greater or lesser degree, a learning crisis. For this reason, this research was carried out with the objective of analysing the perception of Spanish Primary Education teachers. Cross-sectional descriptive study in a representative sample of Spanish Primary Education teachers (n = 263). The research instrument consisted of a closed questionnaire designed ad hoc with a total of ten questions related to the object of study and other questions related to sociodemographic variables. Cohen's t-test and d statistic were used to determine differences between sexes and the ANOVA test, and all statistical analyses were performed with Stata version 12 (StataCorp., United States) with a p value < .05. 76.4% of those surveyed did not identify the protocols established by the state administration as sufficient and correct, and 84% did not consider the resources provided by the administration of their region sufficient. Spanish teachers are not satisfied or in agreement with the protocols implemented by the governments of each Spanish region.

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