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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL #271 - National Education: Against Territorial Discrimination (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

Date Fri, 21 Apr 2017 10:09:51 +0300

The violence that took place on March 6th and 7th in the lycées of Saint-Denis revealed the unequal treatment that the students of Seine-Saint-Denis suffered, but also the struggles that the personnel of the National Education to denounce These inequalities. ---- Successive reforms (the reform of the lycées, the priority education, the college, etc.) have resulted in the sacking of education in the poorest departments, such as Seine-Saint-Denis, where 24 % The population lives below the poverty line (993 euros per month), compared with 14.4 % in Paris (at Aubervilliers, 60 % of the population), and 29 % of the population aged 15 and over Is without diploma against 12.4 % in the capital. ---- Faced with this alarming fact, Liberal governments use school as a social reproduction machine that is given sufficient means to exist, to accommodate children, but not enough to ensure their safety and success.

Institutional allocations, which are largely insufficient for the coming school year, raise fears of worsening inequalities, as schools, colleges and high schools that rely on priority education networks no longer have any additional resources for priority education.

And yet, resistances exist and have been heard in Saint-Denis at the colleges Barbusse and Triolet and at the Lycée Suger, in Bobigny at the colleges Sémard and République, in the colleges of Aubervilliers. The list of institutions where staff are involved is long.

Discourse on school

The demands are in agreement: more adults trained in schools, that is, more teachers, more teaching and school staff, but also more hours Teaching in a semi-group, more ways of going out, setting up projects, and finally a responsible policy to deal with the rise in population, that is, the emergency construction of new colleges to accommodate pupils .

To these demands, the Rectorat opposes an almost systematic refusal ; Such as the Minister of National Education visiting Suger High School, following violent police intervention and the arrest of about fifty pupils on 7 March, refused the staff the positions they have Claim since the aggression at the beginning of the year of a supervisor within the very high school.

The discourse on schooling is today uncomplexed and the Ministries of Interior and National Education work hand in hand to discriminate, " monitor and punish " young people of the popular classes.

The struggles in the Dionysian colleges at the beginning of March bear witness to the necessity of building mobilizations which, on the one hand, bring together the different institutions and on the other hand bring together the demands of parents, pupils and staff . The reactionary speeches accuse the so-called " absentees " and " pedagogists ", ultra-violent students, parents who have resigned ; It is urgent to denounce these prejudices and to reaffirm our class interests: we live, work and fight together.

Maud (AL Paris-Nord-Est)

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