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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL Novembre - Essay: Véronique Decker, "The School of the People" (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

Date Thu, 7 Dec 2017 08:16:22 +0200

After her first book, Trop classe, published last year, Véronique Decker takes us back to Karl-Marx in Bobigny with L'École du peuple, released on June 1 st . We could not miss this valuable testimony in the current context of school scrap and public services in general, especially in working-class neighborhoods. ---- Through 64 tickets, Véronique Decker delivers her daily life as a school director in Seine-Saint-Denis and her commitment to defend the public school. ---- And this daily is not always pink. The one who has been teaching and running a school for thirty years in Bobigny makes an implacable statement of the progressive disintegration of public services and the increased precariousness of its inhabitants. For Véronique Decker: " Yes the level goes down. But not the level of the students, the level of the quality of action of the social state that we did not know how to demand. "

Véronique Decker recounts through everyday experiences the difficulties that teachers, parents and students face in working-class neighborhoods: the gradual death of the network of specialized aids for children in difficulty (Rased) to help children who had difficulty learning, lack of means and equipment, precariousness among officers and facilitators that does not allow for stability in the operation of the school, the boiler that malfunctions ... For those who have not read it yet, we strongly advise them to read this committed testimony in a resolutely militant and combative tone.

Caesar (AL Saint Denis)

Véronique Decker, The School of the People, Libertalia, 10 €.

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