A group of parents of students from 27 schools in Toulouse calls for a demonstration on Wednesday, December 15, in support of the Clae leaders on strike against the declining staffing rate and who is demonstrating this Tuesday in front of the Toulouse rectorate. The CGT Territoriaux of the city of Toulouse also filed a strike notice for December 15.
“The Education Department of the town hall informs us that meals will not be delivered on Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15 December, following a strike action by municipal staff. Pupils will be welcomed, subject to normal operation of the CLAE, with a cold packed lunch provided by parents upon their arrival at school ”.
Like the father of a student in Toulouse, the parents of students from 210 schools in the city received a similar message. No canteen, a mandatory snack for the students – nearly 35,000 in Toulouse – who will be affected by the strike by agents of the animation sector of the territorial civil service supported by the CGT who filed a strike notice for the December 15.
The CGT denounces “low wages, precariousness, bad working conditions, under-staffing are becoming the norm”.
“Low wages, precariousness, bad working conditions”
In support of the animators, who will demonstrate this Tuesday, December 14 in front of the rectorate of Toulouse, a group of parents of students from 27 Toulouse schools is calling for a demonstration, Wednesday, December 15, at noon, in front of the Municipal House of Families, 32 boulevard André Netwiller (Borderouge).
This strike is not a first attempt for the animators of Clae (leisure centers associated with the school) in Toulouse who, on many occasions, have organized demonstrations since last June, movements supported by associations of parents and the FCPE 31.
In question, in particular the measure which will take effect on January 1, 2022, following a decision of the municipal council of October 2020, and which reduces the rate of supervision of extracurricular time. This, in accordance with the decree of August 1, 2016, which confirms the supervision rate of 1 facilitator for 14 children under 6 years old and 1 for 18 children from 6 years old in extra-curricular centers. An alignment with other large cities, defended by the Capitol.