Nicole Belloubet desires the institution “very quickly of a dialogue” with lecturers | EUROtoday
The new Minister of National Education, Nicole Belloubet, wished, Friday February 9, the institution “very quick dialogue” with the lecturers, in the course of the switch of energy with Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, who remained for twenty-eight days in Rue de Grenelle.
The minister mentioned to go “towards the actors of national education in a spirit of dialogue and listening and with the firm desire to develop our education system”making certain that she “proceed[a] Implementation “ measures recently announced by Emmanuel Macron and Gabriel Attal.
Among them, the application from the next school year of “knowledge shock” reforms, including the creation of level groups in French and mathematics. This project upsets secondary school teachers, who demonstrated on 1er February and promise to go on strike again when they return from the winter holidays.
“You can count on my commitment”
After 4 weeks marked by a succession of controversies regarding Mme Oudéa-Castéra, Mme Belloubet promised lecturers to resume the dialogue. “I’ll get to it next week. You can count on my commitment »did she say.
Referring to the future projects that await him, Mme Belloubet, aged 68, wished “do everything to put in place a system which contributes to reducing social inequalities, which refuses any social sorting and which does not exclude students through failure”. She additionally cited “the values of respect and authority”.
Mme Oudéa-Castéra assured that she was leaving the Ministry of National Education “more seasoned than ever” and the ” head held excessive “. “I thank the President of the Republic and the Prime Minister for their renewed confidence in allowing me (…) to continue my mission in the service of sport and the Olympic and Paralympic Games”she added.