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School strike: the movement followed this Tuesday, February 6 ?

A new day of strike is planned in National Education this Tuesday, February 6. The mobilization should especially be followed by middle and high school teachers. Will it bring together as many people as the previous strike movement?

The teachers are back on track. The Snes-FSU, the CGT Educ'Action, Sud Education are calling for action. new &agrav; strike this Tuesday, February 6, less than a week after the previous social movement in National Education organized & oacute; on Thursday February 1st. "To win", you must "continue the action" assures the Snes-FSU union on the social network of the strike of February 6 alone since several unions are calling for strike action. the multiplication of actions throughout the week in the form of gatherings or local initiatives throughout France.

The strike of February 6 finds particular resonance among secondary school teachers, i.e. middle and high schools. eacute;es. The majority secondary school union is also calling, in addition to the strike, for further action. the demonstration and a rally is planned at Paris this Tuesday. The Snes-FSU is expecting numerous teachers à 2 p.m. on the Place de la Sorbonne and then head towards the Ministry of National Education. The mobilization of February 6 could be followed, but should bring together fewer people than the strike of last week during which &quot ;47% of college, high school and CIO staff were on strike. in addition to the 40% of teachers on strike in primary schools according to the unions. The government instead cited the figure of 20% of teachers on strike. One thing is certain, rallies outside the city are being held. local level are organized again this Tuesday as at Nantes and &agrav; Saint-Nazaire, as indicated in Ouest-France or even à Toulouse as relayed by La Dépêche. Other events are planned later this year. Metz, Nancy, Montpellier or even à The Meeting according to the local branches of the unions.

What are teachers on strike asking for ?

The demands of teachers are multiple and concern salaries, working conditions as well as the attractiveness of teachers. of the profession. But a new demand is added to this. mobilization this Tuesday: measures of the "shock of knowledge" announced by Gabriel Attal when he was Ministry of National Education. "No to the clash of knowledge. Yes to the wage shock" can we read on the press release? of Snes-FSU. It is above all the creation of three level groups, from the weakest to the strongest, in sixth and fifth for French and math which is rejected by teachers.

The recent controversies surrounding the Minister of Education, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra , also add to anger and had the effect of a triggering element of this protest movement. In a press release ; joint published on February 4, the  SNES-FSU, the CGT Educ'action and SUD éeducation are therefore calling on secondary school teachers to take action. &agrav; a new day of mobilization. On the social network ecirc;t·es à continue to obtain the opening of serious negotiations on salaries and the abandonment of the "clash of knowledge" !" The unions do not intend to be satisfied with just one more mobilization. Indeed, the Snes-FSU indicates in the press release that that "diversified actions will also be offered the rest of the week". Without providing any details on these "actions&quot ;, the union calls &agrav; make this week of February 6 a week of teacher mobilization. The strike notice from the three unions only concerns secondary school teachers, but Sud éeducation “calls on staff" go on strike on Tuesday, February 6. 

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116