Thursday, April 14, 2016

Labour law: in blocked high schools, students would have lost “10% of the third quarter” – Le Figaro

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the main principals union believes that students whose school has had several blocking days since the beginning of protests against the labor law have lost 10% of their third quarter .

The principals are sounding the alarm. According to Philippe Tournier, general secretary of the National Union of management staff (SNPDEN), blockades of some high schools during various protests against the labor law have lost “an average of five days, so 10% of the third quarter,” the students of these institutions. Some schools even have “been disturbed about ten days, that is to say, sixty lost course, that we can not catch up” for lack of material time, he said.

Philippe Tournier spoke of “students and teachers who care. Some teachers told their students that they can not complete the program before the baccalaureate exams. For many students, it will not make them miss “review, but” there may be for students somewhat fragile real consequences, “he argued.

Two new staff assaulted Parisian management

In addition, the Secretary General of SNPDEN said that since the beginning of the mobilization against the labor law, six management personnel were injured when blockages. On April 5, the headmaster of the Pierre-Gilles de Gennes-school and had been prescribed thirty day ITT after being hit in the back. This morning, two personal direction of the city school Voltaire were also assaulted, one with a punch to the face, the other with the release of a rubbish bin,

Minister of Education, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, announced in a tweet “full support” to the two personal assaulted Thursday as the president of the Republicans Ile-de-France, Valérie Pécresse, condemned the attacks and called for “prompt protective action for high schools as well as for staff of national Education and the Region face a climate of extreme violence”.

“now is recurring and it is surprising how little echo that have this violence, “lamented Philippe Tournier. “One day there will be a drama, a staff, a student, a passerby.” Principals do not also exclude close preventive institutions “whenever the likely level of violence is too high,” as have done thirty Parisian schools on March 31.

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