Monday, September 6, 2010 Before 7 – experts note the high school reform – Threats to the NPRI – Before 7 A day of action that looks like a “warm-up lap.” On Monday, the SNES-FSU called the strike to protest job cuts, reform of teacher training and deteriorating working conditions.

from Monday, September 6, 2010 Before 7 – experts note the high school reform – Threats to the NPRI – Before 7 A day of action that looks like a "warm-up lap." On Monday, the SNES-FSU called the strike to protest job cuts, reform of teacher training and deteriorating working conditions. You will find several newspaper stories where strikers (or non-strikers) talk about the climate in this fall. This is the case in Liberation or Le Monde on strike today was little followed. Of course, there is the eternal battle of numbers. According to estimates of the Ministry, 5.62% of secondary teachers are on strike, including 6.92% in colleges, 5.24% in general and technical secondary schools and vocational schools in 2.04% ,. According to the SNES, the percentage of strikers would be "30%". Continue reading “Monday, September 6, 2010 Before 7 – experts note the high school reform – Threats to the NPRI – Before 7 A day of action that looks like a “warm-up lap.” On Monday, the SNES-FSU called the strike to protest job cuts, reform of teacher training and deteriorating working conditions.”