After the success of the strike day on February 1st, our organizations SNES-FSU, CGT Educ'action and SUD Education call for a strike on Tuesday February 6th.
To shock over salaries…
On February 1, staff widely condemned the minister's disdain for public schools, but also for policies that organize a form of educational and social separatism.
They reaffirmed their commitment to public, secular, free and compulsory education. It is also a policy led by Amélie Oudéa-Castéra and Gabriel Attal that causes great anger among the staff. The salary file cannot be closed: the measures taken do not even compensate for the losses of recent years. The Pact is not an upgrade, but an additional burden and an attack on our status.
No conflict of knowledge!
The conflict of knowledge outlines the contours of the backward and conservative School. The School of Social Classification is organized through level groups. We did not choose this profession to categorize students, sideline the most struggling students, not even students with disabilities or non-native speakers! Forced implementation of level groups also destabilizes the faculties: whatever the minister says, there are many possibilities to eliminate duplication and funding possibilities for this system, which is still largely rejected by the staff on the ground. This enforcement is extremely violent for our colleagues who are denied their professional identity.
There is a lot of anger among the staff. After a successful first day, in order to win, you must continue the action and increase the balance of power! SNES-FSU, CGT Educ'action and SUD education call to continue and quickly intensify the mobilization for our salaries and to give up counter-reforms of the social classification of middle and high schools such as the shock measures of knowledge: let there be many and many on strike on Tuesday 6. February.
Rakshita Upadhyay, residing in the city of Khandwa in Madhya Pradesh, holds a Master’s degree in Data Mining. She has had a passion for writing and anchoring since childhood.