Receiving the collective of the oppressed of the School to the ministry

Professor of Mathematics at Joliot Curie Secondary School in Nanterre (92), Kai Terada has been suspended since the start of the school year, but no disciplinary proceedings have been initiated against him. On September 21, the “repressed National Education” came from all over France to support him. For Pap Ndiaye, it’s time for the test. Or he continues on the path of union repression initiated by his predecessor. Or he tempers or buries procedures at the border of legality aimed at silencing teachers. Answer today in principle.

Suspended but not sanctioned…

“There was Dole, Montargis, Melle, Montauban, Montbrison, Nanterre, Pantin, Paris, Rennes, Romilly sur Seine, Saint Denis (93), Sainte Marie in Martinique and so many others. That’s enough. We have to stop.” On September 21, Kai Terada lists the administrative measures taken by JM Blanquer against teachers under the previous five-year term.

Mathematics teacher in Nanterre, Kai Terada, has been suspended since the beginning of the school year without disciplinary proceedings being initiated against him. “They told me there is no element to initiate disciplinary proceedings,” confides K Terada. “But they will receive me on September 22 and either recover or hand me over for the sake of the service.”

These mutations are the discovery of JM Blanquer. Unable to conduct actual disciplinary proceedings, the headmaster may displace a teacher “in the interest of the service”. It became easy with the abolition of joint committees through the Civil Service Transformation Act. Thus, the teacher is in fact severely punished. Because we can impose on him a very difficult settlement or very far from home, something that will change his daily life and, above all, sever ties with his colleagues. All without claiming any supporting element.

A case of union repression

“We are clearly sanctioning the personnel involved in combat,” said K Terada. “And since Sud Education is a union of struggle, we are the target of repression. But it’s not just because we’re in the South. It’s also because we’re combative.”

A few meters from the ministry, the inter-union FO, Snes, Cgt, Sud is there to support Kai Terada. Other displaced teachers are also present. There are two ex-teachers of the République de Bobigny college, Olivier Decool and Christophe Vilain, the tarters of JM Blanquer, the “4 de Melle” etc. “They attack those who react the most and then attack all the teachers. The logic is the rupture of public service,” says Olivier Decool.

Sophie Vénétitay, Secretary General of Snes Fsu, came. “We are in a case of union repression,” she told us. “De Snes was also affected, particularly in Clermont Ferrand during the mobilization against the E3C. An activist was the subject of administrative and legal proceedings. There was criminalization of industrial action. It is believed that when you touch a staff representative, you touch all the staff “.

On September 21, Kai Terada and an inter-syndical delegation managed to be received by P Ndiaye’s cabinet. “We expect the minister to order the Rectorate of Versailles to reinstate K Terada,” said Jules Siran, federal co-secretary of Sud Education. “We have broad support from the inter-trade unions, parliamentary groups (LFI, EELV and PCF) and personalities from the worlds of education and culture. We have a strong suspicion of union discrimination towards the South. These changes are in the interest of the service every time that it is for us. We are finalizing a seizure by the Defender of Rights.”

The ministry welcomed the delegation from the trade unions. P Ndiaye’s cabinet has listened carefully to the requests of the delegation. But no decision has been announced. Kai Terada is received today in the Rectorate of Versailles. It is at this time that we will know if Pap Ndiaye continues the fight launched by JM Blanquer. Or if he distinguishes himself from his predecessor and returns to normal relations with the unions. “Dialogue with the whole educational community will be an important principle,” Pap Ndiaye said on May 20. Now is the time to show it.

Francois Jarraud

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