Some 30% of primary school teachers will be on strike on Tuesday for the tenth day of inter-union mobilization against the pension reform, the Snuipp-FSU, the leading union in nursery and elementary schools, provides on Monday.
This estimate of the rate of strikers, lower than the previous one, is explained according to the union by “
the days of mobilization which follow one another and become a financial sacrifice for the teachers
There is also a concern on the part of teachers not to penalize children and parents at the last moment
”, explained to AFP its general secretary, Guislaine David.
LIVE - Pensions: 30% of strikers announced in primary schools on Tuesday, a declining mobilization
For the last day of mobilization last Thursday, the Snuipp-FSU had anticipated the day before between 40 and 50% of primary school teachers on strike.
The Ministry of Education announced that day a rate of striking teachers of 23.22% in primary and 19.61% in secondary (middle and high schools).
The highest strike rate among teachers dates from January 19, during the first day of action, with 42.35% in primary education and 34.66% in secondary education, according to ministry figures.
On January 19, the unions had identified up to 70% of striking teachers in primary schools and 65% in colleges and high schools.