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Strike of civil servants, schools and nurses: a mobilization followed this Tuesday ?

The question of remuneration will be at the heart of the mobilization this Tuesday, March 19. In addition to schools, administrations and the health sector are also involved. will also be on deck.

If we talk a lot about teachers, teachers will not be the only ones to do so. strike this Tuesday, March 19. In the public service, it is indeed the eight unions – CGT, FO, CFDT, CFE-CGC, FA, FSU, Solidaires and Unsa – which are calling for more action. mobilization. But while around a hundred processions and other gatherings are announced in the four corners of the country, in many countries, many of them have not yet been announced. At this stage, it is still difficult to have a quantified idea of ​​the number of strikers expected this Tuesday. they, however, should be limited, it is understood Libération

It will be the same in the health sector. The CGT, FO, CDFT, SUD and Unsa, the five main unions in the hospital public service, have also invited their troops to the strike movement. "We refuse to endure another blank year without a salary increase or compensation for inflation", indicates in its inter-union press release . Là again, complicated for the time being to have a concrete idea of ​​the mobilization while, in the sector, the demonstrators are often those who do not work on D-day, in order to affect as little as possible services that are often already used. under voltage.  

Finally, several teaching unions have therefore called for action. the profession &agrav; manifest. According to Snes-FSU, more than 120 events are planned throughout France. The main one will be held à Paris à from 2 p.m. from Place Edmond Rostand (RER Luxembourg). The SUD Éeducation Paris union has already taken action. asked a renewal of the movement for the coming days. In Loire-Atlantique, the FSU, CGT, FO and CNT unions are calling for more action. the strike on March 20, 21 and 22 "for more resources for public schools".

Salary increase, but not only

In a context of still sustained inflation, the unions are mostly demanding increases in salary. In national education, there is also talk of more positions to “lower the number of students per class, ensure replacements and ensuring specialized teaching when necessary. As a reminder, the national education budget will be reduced by 700 million euros as part of the government's savings plan of 10 billion euros.

On the subject of remuneration, the FSU SNUipp, the leading union in nursery and elementary schools, is demanding an increase of 300 euros net monthly. ;nbsp;for all teachers. For its part, LE Snes-FSU is asking for an “immediate increase of 10% of the index point”. “It is urgent to open negotiations without delay,” common, FSI, Unsa Education, SGEN-CFDT, CGT Éduc'action and SUD Éeducation.

The "clash of knowledge" by Gabriel Attal describes

That's not all. In national education yet, another device announced by the government does not leave the unions indifferent, it is about the clash of knowledge mentioned in this article. by Prime Minister Gabriel Attal last December. The famous "level groups", listed in the decree published in the Official Journal this Sunday, will be éestablished "according to the needs of the élè ves identified by the teachers. An initiative that the unions are simply calling for à give up. Sud Éeducation regrets a reform of "social sorting and sanctions against students in difficulty" who, for their part, should benefit from classes outside the classroom. reduced staff numbers. On February 1st, 47% of secondary school teachers were appointed. had gone on strike according to Sens-FSU, 20% according to the Ministry of Education.

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