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Students at a high school in Bdviers have had no English lessons… since the school year started in September

Students at a high school in Bdviers have had no English lessons… since the school year started in September

Three classes have been affected by the absence of an English teacher since the start of the academic year in Bdviers Vocational Secondary School in September. The rectory promises to look for a replacement, but “it’s complicated”.

Although summer vacation starts in four weeks, the parents of a student at Jean-de-la-Taille Vocational High School in Pithiviers are not upset.
Erwan Konas, a second-grader at the institution, has a daughter. “He’s been in a class of about twenty students since the school year started in September!” He explains. “We talked about it in a parent-teacher meeting … but it was unacceptable.”

A six-hour shift

Three classes have been affected by the absence of an English teacher since September. “My daughter wants to be an executive assistant. English is important. She did an internship in a company for several weeks. The discussions were in English,” says the father. “Logically, she should have had two hours a week, but this year she got none.”
The girl’s parents bought an English teaching book and said, “But we’re not professionals!”

A teacher from Loiret writes to the Minister of National Education, refusing to teach a subject he is not proficient in.

If he’s under no illusions that someone will replace him this June, this dad wonders about next year: “I emailed the rectorate to see what he expects next year. Will all this delay be covered?
On the page of the rectorate of the Orléans-Tours Academy, “Finding a replacement is very complicated because the position is not full-time, it is a 6-hour position. We are actively looking for a new one. Teacher “

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