Thousands of teachers and education sector staff struck work across France on January 13 against the French government’s erratic rules regarding testing at schools. They also sought better safety measures and working conditions
French teachers went on strike demanding effective safety measures in school amid a fresh spike in COVID-19 cases. A key demand was recruitment so that there would be more classes with fewer students in each
Teachers and students across France are outraged at the government’s failure to provide safety arrangements in overcrowded schools across the country in the wake of a fresh spike in COVID-19 cases
Basile Ackermann of the French education union CGT Educ’Action talks about the government’s flawed strategy to reopen schools.