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English teacher not replaced for four months: Parents protest in front of La Boétie College, in Moissy-Cramayel

English teacher not replaced for four months: Parents protest in front of La Boétie College, in Moissy-Cramayel

Depending on their comings and goings, there were about twenty people in front of La Poiety College this Tuesday morning. Parents of students at this Moissy-Cramayel institution protested against the non-replacement of the English teacher. The absence continued from November 7. So the sixth-, fourth- and third-grade classes in his charge have gone four months without learning the language of Shakespeare in college.

“Despite the requests of the head of the institution and several reminders and our letters to the rectorate of the Gretel Academy and the departmental directorate of national education services, the professor has not been replaced,” points out Flor Lavin, the president. College's FCPE Parents' Association and Departmental Executive of the Federation. According to him, the teacher was absent several times and did not allow him to change immediately. “But in January, he took a long sick leave, which allowed for a change,” notes the head of the local FCPE.

Flor Lawin points out the failures of national education. “Third year students will write the College Certificate English exam as they have classes throughout the year. There is a big problem! », he warns, while condemning the national policy of conflict of knowledge, a reform that will be put at the beginning of the school year next September.

Parents find solutions on their own

Meanwhile, middle school students without English lessons compose as much as they can, with or without their parents. “They manage,” continues Flor Lavin. Affluent people hire private tutors. Others have their flaws. »

La Boétie's FCPE claims to have contacted an English teacher on social networks. “We will get her in touch with the rectorate and inform the institute head. We are so low! », sorry for the president. “But we're used to it, because we've already hired a nurse for La Mare-Carrie High School in Moisey. In short, we're waiting. We hope the teacher will only be there if the students have a minimum of lessons. »

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Contacted this Tuesday, the administration of the departmental services of the National Education of Seine-et-Marne “recognized the difficulty of reproductive availability. » “Recruitment procedures are underway,” they assure us. We are looking for a candidate who can provide this replacement. The services are fully mobilized to handle the situation quickly. . »