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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL #281 - Universities: For education, against selection (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

Date Sun, 1 Apr 2018 09:07:48 +0300


The Macron government wants to challenge our right to education with, among other things, selection at the university. The riposte is built little by little: will it be enough to reverse the balance of power ? ---- The Student Plan, the student success orientation bill (ORE), set up the selection at the entrance of the university, require to have the average in all subjects to validate its license, and will increase the fees As for the reform of the baccalaureate provided for by the Mathiot report, the government's objective is to make the university more and more elitist and to increase social selection to ban the university from the lower classes. High and high school students in vocational or technological baccalaureate will have even less chance to enter. Those who work next to their studies will have even more difficulty validating their license.

In January, universities like Paris-I voted motions against the selection, while in others, as in Rennes-II for example, the vote of the expectations that put in place the selection was prevented by the invasion of advice. Indeed, the government is asking universities to implement the reform while it has not yet been voted in parliament, which is illegal. The 1 st February, about 20,000 high school students and high school students, students, teachers and personnel.les protested against these bills Macron government. On the 6th, we were a little more mobilized, the teachers' strike in secondary school encouraged the mobilization high school, allowing them to go down the street.

The opportunity to show the fight unionism
With the winter holiday tunnel, alternating zones and student holidays in April, the accelerated procedure leaves us little time. This short timeline should not blow us away from key milestones of mobilization: informing and explaining these bills is important - so far few people were aware that they were attacks on our rights. Especially since the first demonstrations were not a tidal wave. For students, for example, the mobilization exists but remains weak, with the exception of the University of Mirail in Toulouse, where the mobilization is present with a GA bringing together up to 1000 students and staff. This is partly explained by the local movement against the merger that had lasted for three months. The merger of the facs is also a subject that concerns many other university sites. In high schools, the success of the first walkout conditions the result. But the difficulty of holding general assemblies, often because of the directions of the establishments, prevents to give breath to this movement. The absence of self-organization at the place of study can be offset by coordination between high schools. The challenge is to broaden and amplify the struggle. The national mobilization of February 15 launched an active protest that we will hold until March 22, day of strike throughout the public service. often because of the directions of the establishments, prevents to give breath to this movement. The absence of self-organization at the place of study can be offset by coordination between high schools. The challenge is to broaden and amplify the struggle. The national mobilization of February 15 launched an active protest that we will hold until March 22, day of strike throughout the public service. often because of the directions of the establishments, prevents to give breath to this movement. The absence of self-organization at the place of study can be offset by coordination between high schools. The challenge is to broaden and amplify the struggle. The national mobilization of February 15 launched an active protest that we will hold until March 22, day of strike throughout the public service.

The self-organization of students, high school students, teachers, staff is crucial so that each and everyone appropriates the struggle, from its realities, from its place of work or study. The current struggle will be complicated, but what must also be remembered is that this government attack will not be the last, and that it will have to be retaliated. A movement is also an opportunity to show the usefulness of struggle syndicalism and the resources it offers. It is in our interest that self-management and combative practices take root in our mobilizations in view of other struggles to come.

Quentin (AL Rennes)

http://www.alternativelibertaire.org/?Universites-Pour-l-education-contre-la-selection
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