The Snes-FSU teachers’ union called in a press release on Sunday for a new mobilization against the Covid-19 management protocol in schools. Actions will be more local.
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New strike in sight in schools: after the national mobilization of teachers and education staff on Thursday January 13, the Snes-FSU union calls on Sunday January 16 in a press release for a new day of action, more local, on January 20. “There could be strikes in certain academies or departments but also rallies”, says Sophie Vénétitay, secretary general of the SNES-FSU, to franceinfo. “The aim is to make visible the fact that there are still many questions to be addressed.”
“On the baccalaureate, Jean-Michel Blanquer told us that discussions were going to open concerning the specialty tests scheduled for March: given the urgency and the calendar, decisions must be taken very quickly., believes Sophie Vénétitay. We also have questions about CO2 sensors: the Prime Minister and that of National Education remained very evasive Thursday evening. Jean-Michel Blanquer recalled that it is “within the competence of local authorities”, while emphasizing than “the State has created a fund to support communities that have difficulty obtaining it”. The SNES-FSU therefore calls “to engage in a new day of action on January 20, including by strike”.