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Canada Coronavirus in Lorient: The teacher who gave wild face-to-face lessons was not sanctioned

19:00  25 january  2021
19:00  25 january  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The president of the university who had "condemned" the initiative summoned the teacher this Monday morning

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Summoned by her management, the teacher from the University of South Brittany (UBS) in Lorient who gave face-to-face lessons to its students despite the ban was not sanctioned, she said this Monday morning at the end of her interview.

Support for Françoise Gourlay in front of @UBS_universite this morning ... 120 people, colleagues, these students !! "What matters are the students who must have prospects ... It is up to us to give them the necessary conditions !!" https://t.co/OdTEhftORG pic.twitter.com/sz8BePKVf4

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Since the beginning of January, Florence Gourlay, lecturer in geography, was giving lessons at students of master's 1 and 2, as well as L3, thus defying the health rules in force in universities . The president of the university Viriginie Dupont had "condemned" this initiative last week and summoned the teacher.

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