Amélie Oudéa-Castéra assures that she is just not “thinking” of “resigning” | EUROtoday

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HAShe day after a strike properly adopted by academics, the minister doesn’t blink. Guest of our colleagues from TF1, Friday February 2, the Minister of National Education and Sports Amélie Oudéa-Castéra assured that she was not “dreaming[r] to resign” from his place. On January 17, nonetheless, she claimed to have, for a time, considered leaving the federal government workforce on France 2.

The day earlier than, many putting academics criticized the minister's first weeks in workplace and her feedback concerning public faculties. “I want to contribute to the success of the school because I think I have a lot to contribute. » “I apologized. I explained myself. Now, let's move forward,” she insisted this Friday about these statements in opposition to public faculty academics.

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During her very first journey as Minister of Education, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra justified the education of her kids in a non-public institution by mentioning “the hours not replaced” in public faculty. And this, earlier than press revelations known as his arguments into query.

“Nothing is guaranteed for anyone”

Gabriel Attal and Emmanuel Macron should quickly reveal the remainder of their authorities casting. In reality, on January 9, solely full ministers had been appointed. A listing of delegate ministers and state secretaries should now be printed. Asked whether or not she obtained ensures about her continued membership within the authorities, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra evaded. “Nothing is guaranteed for anyone. The subject is not whether I am guaranteed,” she replies. ” Neither [Emmanuel Macron]neither [Gabriel Attal] are not in states of mind. What they want is ministers who know what they have to do and who work to do it […]. We have an extremely clear roadmap. I am in action,” she insists this Friday, February 2.

READ ALSO “The Minister of Education did not understand that she was a public person” On Thursday, the final secretary of the SE-Unsa union, Élisabeth Allain-Moreno, judged that the minister had had “a catastrophic start”. An outline that the principle celebration doesn’t dispute. “The start was not good, obviously,” acknowledges Amélie Oudéa-Castéra.

However, she prefers to maneuver ahead and brush apart these tormented first three weeks. “What we need to look at is the way in which I began to move forward 3 weeks ago by meeting all the trade union organizations […]by detailing my entire roadmap, by going out into the field to meet teachers,” she prefers to focus on.