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School strike: what disruptions this Thursday, February 1 ?

Parallelly à farmers' crisis, major teachers' unions have called for action &agrav; the strike this Thursday, February 1, 2024. The FSU-SNUipp is counting on "an average of 40% of strikers in the territory".

Baptism of fire for Gabriel Attal this week. While the government has been bogged down for 10 days in the farmers' crisis, unsuccessfully multiplying announcements and meetings with unions, other sectors seem embroiled. ;take the step. On Monday, several taxi snail operations were carried out. organized in different major cities. Thursday February 1, 2024, it is the main teaching unions who are calling for action. mobilization. The strikers intend to denounce the working conditions as well as the salaries.

From Lille à Marseille, via Paris, Lyon, Bordeaux, Strasbourg and Toulouse, numerous processions will set off throughout the day. In the capital, demonstrators met at various locations. 14 hours. They will leave from Luxembourg, in the 6th arrondissement, towards the Ministry of National Education, located in Luxembourg. in the 7th. While school teachers must send their declaration of intention to strike 48 hours before the mobilization, the principal union of primary school teachers, the FSU-SNUipp, was able to estimate on Tuesday around 40% the rate of teachers registered in France on February 1. And to detail in his press release: "With 65% of strikers   Paris, more than 50% in Val-de-Marne, Drôme, Ard&eche or even in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques, the mobilization is very followed in certain departments." 

Secondary school teachers, & namely middle and high schools,  not being subject to the same rule as those in primary school, we were still unaware on Wednesday evening at what mobilization to expect on February 1. While it seems certain that many teachers and secondary schools will join the movement, we will have to wait a little longer to find out more, the exact rate of strikers can only be known on Thursday. FSU, CGT, FO, SUD-Education, Unsa-Education, SGEN-CFDT, the vast majority teacher unions have in any case appealed &agrav; mobilization.

Emergency measures requested

Face &agrav; a "deaf" government, the FSU-SNUipp indicates in its press release; want to precisely warn about "suffering at work as well as the lack of recognition, particularly in terms of pay" and on the "working conditions, for staff, and learning conditions, for students, [which] have deteriorated' ". In a press release; of the inter-union made up of the Sud &ducation, Unsa &ducation, FSU, Sgen-CFDT and CGT &ducation federations, the demands are more precise: "We demand in particular emergency measures : revaluation without compensation of personnel articulated around immediate measures and a multi-annual programming law , abandonment of the Pact, creation of a category B civil servant status for AESH and improvement of working conditions, in particular by reducing class numbers and a multi-year recruitment plan."< /p>

Some teachers also point to the reforms announced by the Ministry of National Education in October.  "The clash of knowledge abouté by Gabriel Attal is unrealizable. And then, we have a great loss of freedom; “pedagogical with the fact of imposing on us ready-made methods which do not take into account our situation”, considers in particular a professor of French and history-G' ;eacute;ography of Besançon, interrogatedé by France 3. And to continue: "The level groups in mathematics and French in college are an aberration. Çthis will be done to the detriment of the students. Putting the good with the good and the bad with the bad, çit's never yielded anything."

The recent appointment of Am'lie Oudéa-Castéra to the ministry of the' National education is also decried by the unions, who deplore the various blunders committed by the new minister. Shortly after her appointment, she notably justified her decision. the schooling of his children in the private sector; deploring the "packages of hours that were not seriously replaced" in the audience.

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