Monitoring of the first day of strikes in public education in Madrid, which are called more than 21,000 teachers and is developing peacefully and without incident, is being "majority" of around 80%, according to preliminary estimates of trade unions. According to UGT with more than one hundred centers surveyed, South seconded teachers strikes by 88%, the West, at 81%. There are more than 85% of teachers on strike in the east and 90% in the north. The lower track is being recorded in the capital, with 70%. According CCOO, which estimated that around 75% support while these figures "are not final results," no community college imparts "a normal school day." The Ministry of Education, meanwhile, estimated at 43% follow-up strikes in the mobilization secundaria.La teaching centers in Spain is in favor of public education, say teachers and unions, is threatened by the increase teaching time for teachers to dispense with interim officials, they have in Madrid, Galicia, Castilla-La Mancha, Navarra and Catalonia. THE COUNTRY has found that unemployment is still in the majority [see breakdown centers], with the exception of the downtown district. Two examples: Joaquin Turina (across the street from Guzmán el Bueno, Chamberí) has 8 teachers on strike of 35.5, representing a 23% follow up. However, in the IES Sierra de Guadarrama (Soto del Real), have supported the strike 64 teachers of 67.5, almost 97%.The first day of strike occurs on the very day when the Queen presided over the official start of the course, to be held at noon at the Institute Ferdinand, Chamberí. Between 300 and 400 teachers have focused on the doorstep of downtown and have booed the regional president, Esperanza Aguirre, on arrival. The event, held from the one, Aguirre is seeing the faces with the minister, Ángel Gabilondo, for the first time after his run on account of the strike. Aguirre called for the resignation of the minister to "encourage political strikes against the communities of PP". Responded to previous statements of the minister, which was once again on the side of the teachers in their protests, saying "everyone must defend their rights and express their reasons for democratic manner." In addition, Gabilondo addressed regional leaders to ask them to prioritize when making adjustments. For the minister, education and health are areas that "should stay out of the cuts," or at least be "very concerned".The strike has been heated still further by statements from Aguirre, who yesterday questioned whether all stages of education should be "compulsory and free," but then qualified that referred to the masters, who are neither mandatory nor free. Figar has returned this morning on the words of Ahmed and clarified that "under no circumstances" will be charged for Education in the region and stressed that the regional president referred to the master's degrees. "She already cleared," said the Minister for Education and Employment of the Community of Madrid, Figar Lucia, told Telemadrid Circle program.In addition, Figaro has again described as "political" strike and added that "the PSOE will try to extend this conflict," along with some unions, to 20-N. "The centers will be open and kids can be addressed," he underlined. Although the 320 institutes in the region are on strike from half past eight, was in fact the obligation to open its doors, as enacted minimum service mark yesterday by the Ministry of Education, and have at least the presence of the director and the head of studies.Early in the morning, the president of Madrid has come to a breakfast briefing with the president of Navarra, Yolanda Barcina. At the entrance, reporters have asked him if he believes the strike is encouraged by the socialist candidate for the Prime Minister, Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba, the Madrid president responded: "Well, man, I am not crash, the truth." Aguirre added that the teachers' strike "is the exercise of a right" and said he hopes that teachers who approve of "respect the rights of others.Teachers are invited to a two-day strike by unions CCOO FREM, FETE-UGT Madrid, Madrid ANPE and CSI-F Madrid. At first, today, will follow tomorrow, September 21, to which is added the day of 22, set by both STEM and CCOO, which the Ministry of Education made the call late. These protests are aimed at the Ministry of Education to withdraw the instruction that removes thousands of temporary positions and increases to 20 the mandatory teaching hours a week, according to unions, is "a brutal attack and severe cuts" in education public. Among those cited "the non-recruitment of 3,200 interim, the abolition of hours of compensatory tutoring and classes, the elimination of the splitting in English, mathematics and language, and non-delivery of laboratory hours in physics, chemistry or biology. As a result increase the ratio of students per class, some teachers have to teach subjects that are not their specialty and students with special needs will be the main losers.According FETE-UGT, these cuts will mean "a reduction in the quality of public education" and negatively affect the fight against school failure. Therefore, calling for participation in the strike days and encourage the entire sector (civil servant teachers, contract staff, interns and others) to intervene in the various protest actions planned for this day.