The lack of teachers in many classes in Toulouse schools in the priority education network is again pointed out by the teachers’ unions who call a strike on Monday, December 6, with a rally in front of the Toulouse rectorate.
The teachers of the schools classified in the priority education network of the Academy of Toulouse, that is to say seven departments *, are called to go on strike and to “mobilize”, Monday December 6 at 2 pm, in front of the rectorate of Toulouse , for denouncing a “shortage of teachers”.
Haute-Garonne on the front line, which has 40 schools and 4 secondary schools in REP + and 22 schools and 4 secondary schools in REP. About 26,350 students are involved in 145 schools and colleges throughout the academy.
“Since the start of the school year, explains the Snuipp-FSU 31, the lack of teachers in the department and the refusal to appeal to the complementary list of the competition has led the rectorate, in addition to a massive use of contract workers, to mobilize a very large part of the replacements on vacant positions throughout the year, leaving several thousand children without education “.
“The relationship with families”
Consequence of a lack of trained teachers (and better paid in priority education), the training which is missing, denounces the Snuipp-FSU which considers that the “so-called priority axis of the Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer is currently suspended for lack of resources “.
“In reinforced priority education, explain the teachers, even more than elsewhere, the pedagogical dimensions and the specificity of the conditions of exercise of the planned profession of the relationship with families, team work, educational collaborations which must be taken into account in order to ” give more to those who have less ”(…) Or, although [cette organisation différente] is enshrined in law, the Academic Directorate of Haute-Garonne does not respect the texts and private of REP teachers + time for teamwork and continuous training “.