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Covid-19: epidemic peaks and school convulsions

2022-01-12T19:16:10.619Z

DECRYPTION - The health crisis revealed a structural crisis within the National Education. Like the public hospital, the health crisis which has been affecting France for two years now has revealed the deep malaise of National Education. First of all its school directors, deprived of real status, caught between a rock and a hard place, without hierarchical authority over their teaching teams and required to constantly refer to the "inspector". A state of affairs that does not really go



Like the public hospital, the health crisis which has been affecting France for two years now has revealed the deep malaise of National Education.

First of all its school directors, deprived of real status, caught between a rock and a hard place, without hierarchical authority over their teaching teams and required to constantly refer to the "inspector".

A state of affairs that does not really go in the direction of the flexibility and agility that a crisis such as the Covid requires.

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In the midst of the Omicron wave, the National Education took, on January 3, a major decision: “

to lighten the tasks of school directors and heads of establishments

,

by“ canceling or suspending institutional requests ”, such as “Non-priority surveys”.

Really ?

, a school principal asks ironically

.

The message apparently did not get through.

I just received an email from the academic inspectorate asking me to send them back to the pharmacies around my broken school ...

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Source: lefigaro

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