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Holidays and Licenses
Teaching Career and Retirement Regime
the teaching career will be established by law, with the direct participation of the Ministry of Education and teacher associations and organizations ”.
Article 276 of Law 34 of 1995 amending Organic Law 47 of 1946 on
February 6, 1997 was created in Panama the System of Savings and
Capitalization of Public Services Pensions As of this date, the retirement regime for MEDUC officials is established in the Law recently created by the teachers' unions and the government sector, the regulations of which are in the legislative process and include retirements at ages of 52.5 for women and 56 for men.
Professionals who come to the country on their own account and under contract with natural or legal persons established in Panama must pay 2.75% as educational insurance for all income received by the independent professional, as established in Cabinet Decree No. 168 modified by Law July 13, 1987.
Law 47 of September 24, 1946, modified by Law 34 of July 6, 1995, Organic Education, contains 295 articles that contemplate the following matter, distributed in titles and chapters, and that is developed through Rights
Law 13 of 1987 consists of the contributions of the employers' salaries of 1.50%, that of the public and private sector employees of 1.25%, and of the annual income declared by the independent workers of 2.75%.
the Colegio San Agustín and the Colegio San Javier, founded by the orders of the Augustinians and the Jesuits respectively.
1874 San Javier University was founded thanks to
Bishop Francisco de Luna Victoria y Castro
In 1872 the first Normal School for Men of Panama was created, which functioned during
fifteen years, having as its main promoter Manuel José Hurtado.
On April 15, 1904, the two normal schools (the Normal School for Men and the Normal School for Institutes) were created and organized, the starting point for the training of teachers in their independent life.
1915 primary education was standardized
in the country.
In 1920, secondary education was expanded with the creation of normal schools in the interior
from the country.
In 1930 the School was created
Normal de Santiago and the other normal schools disappear
In 1946 the
Organic Law 47 of Education.
Panama approved its Constitution as an independent state in 1904
Title I. The Panamanian State
Title II. Nationality and immigration
Title III. Individual and social rights and duties
Title IV. Political rights
Title V. The Legislative Body
Title VI. The Executive Body
Title VII. The Administration of Justice
Title VIII. Municipal and Provincial Regimes
Title IX. The Public Treasury
Title X. The National Economy
Title XI. Public servants
Title XII. Public force
Title XIII. Reform of the Constitution
Title XIV. The Panama canal
Title XV. Final and Transitory Provisions.
legal rule by a competent entity of the State
in this matter, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution,
The approval of the Legislative Assembly.
The approval of the Law by the President of the Republic.
The promulgation of said law.
Before being Appointed, it is necessary to go through a Contest, here are the articles that
appointment made, generally at the end of the year
school, for example to cover a pregnancy leave.
Probation refers to the appointment made for two consecutive years, if
the teacher's evaluation is satisfactory they achieve permanence in the position
Permanent appointment is granted when the teacher satisfactorily fulfills
his two-year probationary period