Canada In the manifestation of teachers: "It is the national daycare and no longer national education"

22:00  13 january  2022
22:00  13 january  2022 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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"We came to answer Mr. Macron, who told the French [non- vaccinated] that he miggled them. We make her the same, we fuck it and it is not an insult, apparently, since it is presidential language. Marion, Professor at Diderot College, is angry, like the teachers who have chosen to strike on Thursday, January 13, exasperated by the waltz of the health protocols related to the epidemic of COVID-19.

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"The very first of the reasons is our wages, it is not the protocol. »Frédérique, teacher of kindergarten schools in Clichy and mask flocked" salary, means, respect "on the nose, seriously reflects to leave the world of education after twenty-two years of teaching:

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" We are despised, we are despised is abused, and, by abusing the teachers, the children will be abused. "" She has the Covid, Madam ": The daily life in national education in 2022

Ninon, she also professor of the schools, deplores having had to read the health protocol, like many teachers, in a paid item "Parisian" the "day before the return". "Currently, Lady Frédérique is the school in reverse, and it fears. "

" Not correct health conditions "

Cécile, she denounces a school that gradually transforms into birth:" In the population, saying that schools want to remain open for the good of children , while in the end, it is especially for the country to work. We are national daycare. We are no longer national education. However, with several absent students every day, pedagogical follow-up is impossible, "she explains.

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this professor of plastic arts s also worries for his state of health. A finding that Christophe shares, physics-chemistry teacher in a college:

"We go to school with afraid for us and especially scared for our loved ones who are more fragile than us, because we are not in CORRECTED SANITARY SAFETY Conditions. CLOSURE CLOSURE, FFP2 MASKS ...

So, what are the claims of these teachers tired by two years of health crisis? First of all: the return of classes closures as soon as a positive case is detected. Indeed, back and forth students and autototes do not seem to inspire confidence in the faculty.

Another claim: virus protection material. The FFP2 masks and hydroalcoholic gel are part of the basic material that teachers claim. "We only have fabric masks that are washed, relaved and relaved and which are worn up to the rope," explains Christophe, who pulls on his mask with a faded white. Further, a teacher explains that his school has been receiving more hydroalcoholic gel for months. Marion, she, would like her college to be equipped with CO2 sensors and air purifiers, but, above all, that national education hires more teachers.

Jean-Michel Blanquer, the man who did not like wokism and even less COVID

a wish that perhaps the government would enjoy. This Thursday afternoon, Prime Minister Jean Castex A agreed to receive the unions of the staff of education. An encounter which will take place in the presence of the Minister of National Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer.

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